Co-designer and former Open Champion Louis Oosthuizen confirmed to play his first signature design at the 2023 AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open days after its inauguration
The highly anticipated La Réserve Golf Links at Heritage Golf Club, Mauritius, has officially opened for play, days ahead of the co-sanctioned 2023 DP World Tour/Sunshine Tour AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open.
As the Indian Ocean’s first and only contemporary links, the new layout transforms Heritage Golf Cub into the only 45-hole golf destination in the Indian Ocean with two DP World Tour hosting courses.
Set to welcome some of the top professionals from across the world, including its co-designer, former Open Champion and winner of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, Louis Oosthuizen, La Réserve Golf Links will provide a challenging stage of pure golfing drama.
Inspired by the wild open spaces of the great 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 golfing gem crafted 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 Le Telfair or Heritage The Villas and on the Premium all-inclusive package for those staying at Heritage Awali. All guests staying at Heritage Resorts will have the option to play La Réserve Golf Links at green fee rates, as well as experience the Indian Ocean’s Best Golf Course, Le Château Golf Course.
For more information about Heritage Golf Club, please visit heritagegolfclub.mu
Press Release c/o IAGTO