In our drop-down menu (on the right) you will find all the Golf Courses that we offer under each area...
We can tailor make any tour form one day to as many as you like, from one area or all 8... You decide which courses you would like to play and over how many day's. Remember to allow some time inbetween your Golf for a bit of sight-seeing or something listed under our Adventure Activities or Day Tours.
To make your Golf Tour extra special or perhaps to assist you and your friend to up your game... we now offer you the opportunity to include one of South Africa's finest Golf Players to your tour at an additional cost.
Steve only started playing golf at the age of 17. During the his first year of playing, he became the number 1 player in his school. At the end of Grade 12, he optained Western Province colours.
He sport a golfing grip reminiscent to the late Papwa Segwolum. This is a cross handed grip where the left hand is below the right hand. As far as professional golf is concerned, he is the only professional golfer, sporting this grip to have won professional tournaments on a recognized golf tour, both local and international.
At the 2006 Golf Digest Annual Rewards Dinner, he was awarded the “Best round of the year for 2006”, for his final round 64, to win the Zambian Open a former Challenge tour co- sanctioned event.
He defended the Zambian open title in 2007, after winning in 2006, to be the first player in the history of the Zambian Open championship to win this tournament back to back.
He's won four professional tournaments.
- The Royal Swazi Sun Club Pro-am serious with a then tournament record 15 under par in 2002.
- The 2005 Vodacom Origins Tour Championship held at the Links at Fancourt. He won the tournament by four strokes finishing as the only player under par after the cut came at 17 over par, the highest in the history of professional golf.
- The 2006 Zambian Open. He won this tournament by three strokes shooting a final round 64, starting the day 5 strokes behind leader Kevin Stone. This was also a new official course record for Nchanga golf club.
- The 2007 Zambian Open. It moved from Chingola back to Ndola. He opened the tournament with first round of 2 under par 71 (par 73), then he shot 7 under par 29 on the last 9 holes in the second round to take the lead going into the 3rd and final round, and shot 3 under par 70 that day to win the tournament again by one storke.
- He participated at the final stage of the Asian Tour qualifying school and gained playing privileges for the 2008 season.