Legend Golf & Safari Resort

4-star: generally an excellent standard golf course, well worth visiting.
   Legend Golf & Safari Resort Est. 2007

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The golf experience at Legend Golf & Safari Resort, located three hours drive from Johannesburg, is nothing short of exceptional. Eighteen different signature holes, on a course uniquely designed by eighteen of the world's best golfers. Each hole in this relatively open, gently undulating bushland setting has the vision of a great golfer at its heart. The par 72-layout, complete with its stunning mountain backdrops, begins from elevated tees and an excellent risk-reward par-5, courtesy of South African player/designer Trevor Immelman. Another South African, Retief Goosen closes out your round with another challenging par-5 at the 18th. But as you putt out on the final green, all is far from finished - the Extreme par-3 19th awaits. This extraordinary par-3 hole, measuring a mere 360 metres is accompanied by a 430 metre vertical drop, down onto a green shaped like the African continent. A short helicopter ride gets you to and from the tee-box, conveniently located on top of Hanglip Mountain. So that your short game is fully tested, the Legend also includes a 10-hole short course, recreating some of the world’s most famous par-3s. There's also an academy with a unique approach to learning and designed in a unique style.

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Legend Golf & Safari Resort
Entabeni Nature Reserve,
Mokopane, Limpopo Province 0600
South Africa
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Office   +27 (0)12 361 6303
Pro Shop   +27 (0)15 453 9278

  +27 (0)12 361 5674

Email   golf.lgs@legendlodges.co.za
Website   www.legendgolfsafari.com
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About the course

The course: 18 holes. Open parkland.
Gently undulating terrain - easy to walk.
Surroundings: African bushland.
Designer: Each of the 18-holes was separately designed by one of the world's leading golf professionals of the late-1990s/early-2000s. See Did You Know section on this page for a list of the Signature designers.
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  Men Back Men Front Women Front
Metres 7782 6583 5866
Par 72 72 72
SSS or Slope
At the Same Location:
10-hole par-30 Tribute Course comprising replicas of some of the world's toughest and best known par-3 holes.
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How2Get There?

265 km NE of Johannesburg.

Essential information

Green Fees:
2015 visitor fee, 18-holes: R650 (all days). Golf cart and halfway house included. [Contact club for full details, discounts, packages, etc]. Credit cards accepted.
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Who can play and When?
Visitors welcome on weekdays and weekends.  Must book in advance.
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Other Information
Walking permitted at all times. Golf carts available for hire.
Each fourball flight must be accompanied by at least one caddy ranger (who is both a caddy and a bush expert).
Practice facilities
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Did you know?

The Signature designers of the Legend course (with the hole they designed in brackets) are: Trevor Immelman (1); Thomas Bjorn (2); Jim Furyk (3); Bernard Langer (4); Michael Campbell (5); Colin Montgomerie (6); Mike Weir (7); Camilo Villegas (8); Justin Rose (9); Padraig Harrington (10); Raphael Jacquelin (11); Ian Woosnam (12); Luke Donald (13); Robert Allenby (14); Vijay Singh (15); Sergio Garcia (16); KJ Choi (17); Retief Goosen (18). | The Tribute par-3 course includes the following replica holes: Pine valley 10th (1); Royal Troon 8th - Postage Stamp (2); St Andrews Old Course 11th (3); Augusta National 12th - Golden Bell (4); Royal Melbourne 6th (5); Augusta National 16th - Redbud (6); Riviera CC 7th (7); an African Redan hole (8); Yale University 9th (9); TPC Sawgrass 17th (10).

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Published Ranking
2016 South Africa Golf Digest rating: 46th best course of the 450 courses in South Africa.
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Latitude: (-24.181680)
Longitude: (28.631701)
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Legend Golf & Safari Resort - Resort Suites  
Entabeni Nature Reserve, Mokopane, Limpopo Province, S. Africa
+27 (0)14 743 6303

At the heart of Legend Golf & Safari Resort are the resort suites, designed and furnished to an impeccable standard and offering the epitomy of luxury bush living. The resort suites form the backbone of the Legend's accommodation for visitors and homeowners alike. Equipped with modern telecoms in addition to luxurious furnishings and fittings, the resort suites provide an ideal base from which to explore all that Legend Golf & Safari Resort has to offer.

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Entabeni Lodges 
Entabeni Nature Reserve, Mokopane, Limpopo Province, S. Africa.
+27 (0)11 729 6700

Entabeni's diverse camp sites set across the 22,000 hectares of this wonderful safari conservancy offer everything from tented comfort to five star luxury. Each lodge is different and yet has the same principles at its heart - a desire to serve and give guest the best possible experience of the African bush. Hanglip, Wildside, Ravineside, Lakeside and Kingfisher - all these lodges are set in wonderful surroundings, imbued with a true African character.

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