Having changed the grasses on both the fairways and greens to produce a Seminole-like (Florida USA) course with running fairways and hard fast greens it is a pity that the greens are still not where they should be. They are just not rolling as expected and a course of this pedigree should have world-class greens for most of the year. The course has been significantly improved with the changes though, especially the iconic par-3 16th that must rank as one of the great short holes in the world. Varied tee boxes change the challenge and the new green complex is more amenable to hitting long irons or rescues when the wind and tee box dictate this. Leopard Creek is a bucket list course and when the greens improve to where one expects them to be it will be challenging The Links at Fancourt for the No 1 spot in the rankings.