Best Holes at Trickle Creek Golf Course

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Because this course is cut out of the side of a mountain, some of the holes at Trickle Creek are unexpectedly odd and somewhat hilly in design. Nevertheless, every course is different, and today we celebrate some of the best holes at this Kimberley golf course. We have defined “best” by looking at scenic views, challenge, and overall experience. A Kimberley golf package wouldn’t complete without including 1 or 2 rounds at Trickle Creek golf course.

  1. Hole 4 – Par 5

This is a fairly straightforward par 5, best played in three shots. The drainage creek that runs along the right side of the course provides an interesting challenge as it passes directly before the green.

  1. Hole 10 – Par 4

Watch out for the left side of this course! It slopes down and hopes to trap golfers whose swing goes awry. Tee shots down the centre of the fairway have the best chance of success. Favour the right side of the green, and watch out for the tricky hazards close to your final destination.

  1. Hole 11 – Par 3

Could this be your chance to get a hole in one? As Trickle Creek’s signature hole, it features a unique elevated design and breathtaking views. This hole plays about one club less.

  1. Hole 18 – Par 4

A water drainage could hamper your shot, located just fifty yards short of the green. Because the green is large, choose your club wisely. Aim a tee shot right of centre and you’re good to go! The Trickle Creek Lodge is located a short ways from the hole and just might be a great place to relax after the game.

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