Heritage Le Telfair Golf Club was designed by South African golf architect Peter Matkovitch, the par 72, 205 acre course has wide, undulating fairways carved through a sugar cane plantation and is set between the volcanic mountains and the turquoise blue sea. Much of the landscaping and design, such as the use of Vettiver and Mondo grass, simulate the dramatic contours of the estate fields which still surround the course. The course is technically challenging for low-handicappers but also highly enjoyable for recreational golfers, with five sets of tees and bunkers, water hazards and blind greens strategically placed. Two rivers, the Citronniers and St Martin, cross the fairways at unexpected points, and lush, exotic flowers scent the air.