Put your swing and concentration to the test with some unique obstacles at Elephant Hills and Royal Golf and Country Club
Enjoy a game of golf in the company of African wildlife
with the Victoria Falls thundering in the
background at the Elephant Hills golf
course in Zimbabwe. You'll encounter some rather unusual
wildlife obstacles as wild game wanders free around the course.
This might just wreak havoc on your golf swing and bunker shots,
but it also offers great photographic opportunities!
The Elephant Hills golf course, designed by
international circuit star Gary Player, was first opened at
Victoria Falls in 1974. At that time, it was, at over 8 500 metres,
one of the toughest courses in the world.
If you pop over the border to Livingstone Zambia, you'll find
the 18-hole par 72 course of the Royal Golf and
Country Club. Beautiful old trees border the fairways and
greens and provide shade for the Edwardian Club House.
Established in 1908, the Royal Golf and Country Club was built
as an 18-hole course and later redesigned by Peter
Matkovich. The course is set in a botanical garden with over
118 tree species providing a unique golfing experience.
Green fees with a caddie from $20
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