Hole-in-one for Swaziland
Swaziland is set to see another first as a new initiative, which combines golf and Safari, is introduced for 2014.
(TRAVPR.COM)Ã‚Â UNITED KINGDOMÃ‚Â -Ã‚Â April 19th, 2013Ã‚Â – Swaziland is set to see another first as a new initiative, which combines golf and Safari, is introduced for 2014. The tour which will first run in March next year will be run by operator Sense Africa, a Swaziland specialist with a huge array of experience and knowledge of the country.
The idea behind the tour is to provide excellent and personalised holidays for golfers and non-golfing partners. Designed for those that want to improve their game and is flexible to suit your golf needs and standard, it also caters for those that do not have a burning interest in golf!
During the fortnight holiday in March 2014 guests will visit 3 golf courses in Swaziland – Royal Swazi Sun, Simunye Country Club and Nkonyeni Golf Estate, using the extensive practice grounds as well as playing the courses.
Royal Swazi Sun is a spectacular championship course laid out on the slopes of the Lebombo mountains. The practice facilities are excellent. At Simunye thereÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s a quirky competition Ã¢â‚¬â€œ golf in the dark! Nkonyeni Course is of championship standard, has excellent practice facilities and a challenging 18th hole on an island in the Usuthu river.
The trip will be accompanied by Jason Bowen, PGA Professional golfer, and brother of Jenny Bowen, owner of Sense Africa.