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Mauritius is an island country globally renowned for its beautiful white-sand beaches and other enchanting natural features, but it is also known for its fantastic golf courses. When this nation was under the British rule in the mid-19th century, it became the world's third country to be introduced to golf. In recent times, it has three 9-hole and ten 18-hole golf courses. They are fully equipped with excellent facilities for the sport and are set against the backdrop of mesmerising natural surroundings. When you visit some of the fabulous golf courses in the country, you'll get to enjoy the unique golfing experiences offered by them.

Golf Courses


1. Four Seasons Golf Course

This spectacular golf course is spread across a vast area of over 6,500 metres and has been designed in such a way that it preserves some of the coastline's enchanting natural beauty. Besides offering breath-taking views of the Indian Ocean, it also gives you the chance to witness a rich native flora and fauna of the island destination. Upon visiting the golf clubhouse during your Mauritius holidays, you'll get to explore a pro shop fully stocked with the latest merchandise. You'll also have a wonderful time at the Il Forno restaurant, which overlooks the 18th hole of the golf course and offers all-day dining with delicious treats on its menu.

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2. Mont Choisy Golf Course

This 18-hole golf course is much more than just another championship course. It is a precious golfing asset of the island nation that has captured some of the fascinating natural beauty of the island and offers awe-inspiring views of the mountains. It was designed by Peter Matkovich, an architect famed for designing golf courses. The clubhouse provides enthusiastic golfers all the required conveniences and is a place to relax and savour some joyful moments with refreshing drinks, such as a grapefruit-based cocktail called 'Kitsoz'.

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3. Avalon Golf Course

Another masterpiece created by Peter Matkovich, Avalon golf course has been brilliantly sculpted into the lush green central plateau of the island country. It has been set on the volcanic slopes of Grand Bassin,  which is a dormant volcano located at an altitude of 500 metres and is surrounded by picturesque tea plantations. When you try your skills in golf in this part of Mauritius, you'll be playing on the highest golf course on the island. Don't forget to enjoy the delicacies at the Magic Spoon restaurant. It is considered one of the finest restaurants in the southern part of Mauritius and would be an excellent place to savour a great lunch complemented with a chilled beer after having enjoyed your round of golf.

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4. Heritage Golf Course

Opened in 2004, this 27-hole golf complex comprises an 18-hole championship golf course and a 9-hole Par 3 course. The complex is also home to some exceptional practice facilities, golf shop, a golf academy, clubhouse, and a restaurant. The golf course has been designed to cater to golfers of all levels and was recognised by CNN as one of the Top 10 golf courses in Africa. It also claimed the title of the 'Best Golf Course in the Indian Ocean' in 2014 and 2015 at the World Golf Awards held in Portugal. The Heritage Golf Club has hosted major golfing events, attracting some of the finest golfers in the world.