The Skukuza Golf Course is a magnificent 9-hole (18-tee) course situated in the world-renowned Home on the outskirts of Skukuza Restcamp.
The rich wildlife sanctuary surrounding the golf course is home to the Big Five, a huge variety of birds and countless animals, which all conspire to provide the visitor with a harmonious close-to-nature golfing experience.
The course is a Par 72, and is 5950m (6450 yards) for men and 5059m (5480 yards) for women. Since the course is not fenced-in, uninvited spectators are a common sight, hippo, impala, warthog and baboons to mention but a few.
The course offers the pleasure of challenge and adventure. For example #2, Par 3, have water on the left and to the back of the green. The signature hole #9, Par 3 of about 150m is played across Lake Panic. The Skukuza Golf Course has no bunkers, although 'aerial bunkers' abound because of the many trees found on the course.
Tee-off times are available for visitors in the mornings between 07:00 and 11:00 from Sunday to Friday.
Green fees are: (subject to change)
Affiliated 9 Holes: R190.00
Affiliated 18 Holes: R220.00
Non-affiliated 9 Holes: R230.00
Non-affiliated 18 Holes: R320.00
Clubs Hire: R130.00 for 9 Holes, R150.00 for 18 Holes
Motorised carts: R220.00 for 9 Holes, R260.00 for 18 Holes
Pull carts are R40.00 for 9, and R50.00 or 18 Holes
Caddies are R90.00 for 9 Holes and R120.00 for 18 Holes
An indemnity form must be completed prior to playing.
Standard golf dress code applies.
Caddies are normally available on weekends but no bookings for caddies.
Motorised Golf Carts and Pull Carts are available for hire.
Light refreshments and full bar facility daily.
The Skukuza Golf Course is designed for all levels of golfers. Please bring along your golf clubs next time you visit the Kruger National Park and enjoy one of the most unique 9-hole golf courses in the world.
Golf reservations and enquiries
Tel: +27 (013) 735 5543
Monday to Friday: 07:00 to 16:00
Saturday and Sunday 07:00 to 13:30
Kruger Park Access Information:
It is important to read more about the upgrade on the access control system for the Kruger National Park.