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Golf Australia Express : March 2013
the front and back nine head back towards the typically African clubhouse surrounded by water. The 18th is an island green with the 9th a peninsula green jutting out alongside it. Both highlight the visual beauty of the course and the region, and will figure strongly in your mind when you reminsce about your Leopard Creek round. And the best thing about Leopard Creek is it’s open to the public. That’s right, this remarkable golf experience—one good enough for the European Tour’s Alfred Dunhill Championship— is available for anyone staying in the area to play. Make sure to add this course to your dream bucket list. You might have played a few rounds with cheaters, but it’s not every day you get the opportunity to tee it up alongside leopards. OTG See More on Leopard Creek CC See More on Leopard Creek CC
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