The Sabie River flows through the course, therefore here water comes into the play - in the proximity of the 14th and 15th hole. There are also river horses and crocodiles. The picture-beautiful course is has many hills with Kikuyu Fairways and Bayview grass Greens. The course is short, but nevertheless fastidious. The Resort consists of a hotel and time share bungalows. Guests are always welcome. In the summer it can become unpleasantly hot however, therefore the winter and spring months are recommended.
Sabie River Sun & Country Club
Tropical paradise and trading post of Mpumalanga province , this town has its romantic name because of the excellent banana plantations which dominate the landscape. This village was originally promulgated in 1959 when the first post office was established and Hazyview station came into being when the old Selati Railway line was diverted outside the western border of the Kruger National Park to Kaapmuiden in the late 1960s
The town is strategically placed midway between spectacular scenery of the escarpment and the wild life experience of the Kruger National Park, Hazyview provides the best of both worlds.
With luxury hotels, upmarket guest lodges, time share resorts, caravan parks , accommodation for backpackers etc. Hazyview is well set to cater the need of anybody who visits her.
From Johannesburg/Pretoria travel on the N4 to Nelspruit. At Nelspruit take the R40 to White River and then travel from White River to Hazyview (still on the R40). Once you reach Hazyview, carry on passing 3 stop signs and travel for approximately 900m and then turn left to Sabie (R536). Sabie River Sun and the golf course is approximately 700m up the road on the right hand side.
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