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Public catering will be available during the tournament. A variety of meals, drinks and snacks will be available.
Medical Assistance are on site for the duration of the tournament. Medical Services are located in the Tournament village.
Due to the extreme heat at this time of the year, dehydration is a big risk therefore all precautions need to be taken to consume liquids whilst on the golf course.
Please ensure you make take the necessary sun protection precautions.
Please note that there are a large variety of snakes on the property and that the necessary care and caution must be taken.
Unauthorized selling of merchandise or products at the event
Please note that the unauthorized selling of merchandise or other product on the Leopard Creek estate during the tournament week is strictly prohibited.
Malaria is a concern in the Lowveld of Mpumalanga (includes the Leopard Creek Country Club).
Please consult a health-care professional for the latest advice on malaria prophylaxis as it changes regularly.
To protect yourself, always use mosquito repellent (even during the day) wear light, long sleeved shirts, long pants and shoes and socks at night, and sleep under a net or in a mosquito-proof room. Mosquitos also do not like the cold so leave your airconditioner on in your room. Even if you are taking oral malaria prophylactic, you can still get malaria if you are bitten by an infected anopheles mosquito, so a good repellent is your easiest and most effective precaution.
Taking malaria prophylactics:
If you do decide to take malaria prophylaxis, it is essential to take the drugs according to the directions on the package insert. You need to start a week or two before entering the malaria-endemic area and it is also essential that you continue to take the drugs for four weeks after leaving the malaria risk area. Please consult your physician or a registered health-care professional about the possible side-effects of the drugs.
If you are pregnant it is advisable to avoid malaria areas but you can still have a great holiday (including some excellent game viewing) without setting a foot in a malaria-endemic area. Some medical conditions are contra-indications for malaria prophylactic drugs, so consult your regular doctor if you have any pre-existing conditions.
It is important to note that a person may still contract malaria even though all precautionary measures have been taken. If any flu-like symptoms namely, headache, fever, muscular and joint pains, sweating, shivering attacks, nausea, diarrhoea and fatigue occur after a visit to a malaria risk area (and for up to six months there-after) consult a doctor immediately and advise the doctor of your visit to the malaria area in order to ensure that malaria is diagnosed and treated in time. Malaria attacks can occur up to six months after leaving a malaria area.
Water on Course
The Alfred Dunhill Championship has partnered with Bluewater to set the sustainability standard by being the first golf tournament in Africa to promote the reduction of single use plastic at golf tournaments. Please bring your own container from home or purchase a re-useable water bottle at the tournament village.
The Alfred Dunhill Championship will sort and recycle all waste at/during the tournament. We request that all guests make use of the recycling bins on and off the course for any recyclable products.
You are kindly requested to comply with the club's dress code. Leopard Creek Country Club is proud of its standard and every effort is made to ensure that it is upheld. Management and employees have both the responsibility and authority to interpret inappropriate wear and to ensure that standards are maintained.
Headwear: Traditional golf hats or peak caps. Caps to be worn with the peak forward.
Shirts: Traditional collared or crew neck golf shirts, and always tucked into trousers.
Trousers: Traditional long or short golf trousers with belt or clasp. Formal three-quarter length golf trousers may be worn. No jeans cut or cargo pants – i.e. outside pockets.
Socks: Short socks and anklets must be predominantly white.
Shoes: Only closed heel golf shoes with soft spikes are permitted.
Headwear: Hats and caps may not be worn in the bar, dining room and lounges.
Shirts: Regular collared shirts or crew neck shirts or tailored shirts may be worn over trousers. Tailored waist length ladies golf shirts need to be tucked in. Sleeveless golf shirts may also be worn.
Trousers: Traditional long or short tailored trousers or unfaded and untorn jeans. Long trousers are required in the bar, dining room and lounge after 19h00.
Shoes: Casual shoes with closed heels may be worn without socks, sandals; Flip flops and crocs are not permitted.
Anyone who enters the golf course does so at his/her own risk and thereby indemnifies and holds harmless the club and/or management, sponsors, promoters, and contractors against all or any possible loss and costs, including damage to property, person or injury that may be incurred or sustained howsoever arising.