The centerpiece of the Estate’s magnificent domain is the 18-hole Championship Golf Course designed by Peter Matkovich and Dale Hayes.
The layout winds through pristine coastal flora and the tastefully constructed villas. Its fairways clad in a strain of Cynoden called Sahara, a grass which provides an excellent playing surface and which compliments the large, undulating Country Club-grassed greens.
There is certainly an interesting blend of holes on this tight economical layout, all memorable and all capable of frustrating the player who throws caution to the wind. Besides the impenetrable bush, there is an abundance of water on the course, but conservative playing routes are always available. It has often been said that no finer collection of par 3s exists anywhere, and the 4th hole, interestingly, is almost a carbon copy of Augusta National’s famous 12th. Rated among the country’s top 10 toughest courses by Compleat Golfer it is consistently ranked in Golf Digest’s top 30 best courses.