Koro Creek has golf’s equivalent of a “Haunted House” which stands like a spectre next to the tee of the par-3 12th hole. Here is one of the most attractive holes on the course, played over a picturesque water hazard (one of several on the course) to a green with a bushveld backdrop, and towering ominously over the scene is this vast brick pillar of an unfinished estate home. Even if the building had been completed it would still have looked horrific such is its ridiculous dimensions. What a contrast to the beautiful homes which preside over the green at No 10 and the tees on No 11. Koro Creek has a mix of interesting and indifferent holes, and one of the more disappointing is the par-5 18th, which adjoins wetlands to the left of the fairway and green. The tee boxes are the best part of it. The par-4 ninth is a far better finishing hole.