As the Indian Ocean region’s first and only contemporary links, the new layout in Mauritius transforms Heritage Golf Cub into the only 45-hole golf destination in the area with two courses that host DP World Tour events.
Set to welcome some of the top professionals from across the world, who are members of the European and South African (Sunshine) tours, La Réserve Golf Links will provide a challenging stage of pure golfing drama, including Course designer Louis Oosthuizen will play the $1.2 million Mauritius Open
Course designer Louis Oosthuizen will play the $1.2 million Mauritius Open, the first big engagement at the newly-opened La Reserve Golf Links in Mauritius
Inspired by the open spaces of the seaside links, the new GEO-Certified development, plays hand-in-hand with nature, nestling alongside a UNESCO Man and Biosphere Reserve, offering far-reaching views over tropical bays, sandy beaches and the Indian Ocean.
Access to this new layout created along the southern shores of Mauritius, is reserved exclusively for Heritage Golf Club members, their guests and Heritage Resorts residents.
A complimentary round on La Réserve Golf Links is included as part of the Gourmet Bliss package for guests staying at Heritage properties and on the premium all-inclusive package for those staying at Heritage Awali. All Heritage Resorts guests have the option to play La Réserve Golf Links at green fee rates, as well as experience the Indian Ocean’s best golf course, the Le Chateau Golf Course.
The Heritage Golf Club is a much sought-after golf destination. For players pursuing the world’s top courses, two distinct experiences of lush natural beauty and dramatic vistas await,
at the La Reserve Golf Links and Le Chateau Golf Course, consistently voted the Indian Ocean’s best course.
The property offers two luxury beachside resorts, villas and a 19th century chateau and besides the two courses, is also home to the Leadbetter Golf Academy.
Heritage Resorts, part of Rogers Hospitality, is committed to ecology, short-circuit practices, a circular economy, environmental protection, and the use of solar heating water panels, local sourcing, voluntary marine wildlife protection, water recycling for future irrigation, waste management practices, and reducing its carbon footprint.