Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius guests can play two world-renowned golf courses

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Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius announced its new partnership with Anahita Golf Club, granting guests access to two world-class championship golf courses in Mauritius with complimentary transfers and daily green fees.

At Anahita Golf Club, guests can hit the fairways on the Ernie Els-designed 72-par, 18-hole golf course set on a former sugar plantation. Guests can also play Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritus’ own Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club. Located on its own island, the Bernhard Langer-designed 72-par, 18-hole golf course challenges beginners and professionals alike.

Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club (Photo courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts)

Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club (Photo courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts)

Shangri-La’s guests can benefit from complimentary daily green fees — one round of golf per person per day — at these two golf destinations, a seamless shuttle to the golf courses and chilled water bottles. For beginners and those who want to try their hand at golf, a one-hour training session is offered daily at Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club and at Anahita Golf Club.

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Anahita Golf Club (Photo courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts)

Anahita Golf Club rests on the site of a former sugar plantation in two distinct loops of nine holes. The Anahita Golf Club is constructed to USGA standards and incorporates old dry-stone walls and a links-like stream into the layout, backed by lush mountains and fringed by the crystal-clear lagoon.

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Anahita Golf Club (Photo courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts)

The par 72 golf course spans across roughly 7,467 yards with five tee options for adults and a junior tee with wide fairways. Guests can also enjoy a fully serviced clubhouse with a pro shop, locker rooms with bag storage space and delight in Mediterranean specialties at the restaurant. A driving range with nine target greens and Anahita Golf Academy complete the offering for a memorable golfing experience.

Guests staying at the resort continue to have the privilege to play on Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club, a spectacular state-of-the-art 18-hole championship golf course designed by legendary pro-golfer Bernhard Langer and named one of the top ten golf courses in the world, according to Shangri-La’s Le Touessrok Resort & Spa, Mauritius.

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Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club (Photo courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts)

Only a few minutes away from the resort by boat shuttle, Iles aux Cerfs Golf Club is set apart from the mainland resort by a lagoon. The island’s natural beauty defines an exquisite course that includes volcanic outcrops, lakes, gullies and rich, lush vegetation, with every hole offering breath-taking views of the stunning seascape beyond. Each hole has a minimum of four tees — Langer tees, championship tees, tournament tees and forward tees — and is suitable for beginners and pro-golfers alike. The par 72 golf course spreads along roughly 7,082 yards and offers a challenging, if not difficult, level.

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Ile aux Cerfs Golf Club (Photo courtesy of Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts)

The Iles aux Cerfs Golf Club also features a fully serviced clubhouse with pro shop, spacious locker rooms, a signature restaurant offering international cuisine with a spectacular view, a floodlit driving range with five target greens and Ile aux Cerfs Golf Academy.



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