Paradis Golf Club

18 Hole Resort

Paradis Golf Club

Le Morne Peninsula, Indian Ocean, Mauritius

Phone: +230 401 5050, Fax: +230 450 5140


Situated between mountains and lakes on a promontory, this course is characterised by stone pines, palm trees and partly narrow fairways. The Hotel Paradis & Golf Club is part of the facilities. The course is not too difficult, but has a lot of water and also offers several challenges, especially on the holes along the coast.

The Course

18-Hole Course

Design: David Dutton

Technical difficulty: Moderate - Hard


Black (Men)7277.81425924 m
White (Men)7276.21365609 m
Yellow (Men)72751345303 m
Blue (Women)7272.41275030 m
Red (Women)7270.31224735 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range
  • Putting Green


18-Hole Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential.


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Locker rooms
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Pro Shop
  • Restaurant
  • Bar

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1992

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Andrea P. 1 Review

Being a paying visitor if you are without a "reservation"???

I received a a very unpleasant treatment when I just asked to get into the club house to check out the course and club renting during my vacation in the island.
I did not stay at the Beachcomber hotel and maybe that was the issue.
Anyway, I was asked for money (25 euros per person) just to get into the club house, unless I called the golf manager for a "reservation" a day before.
I can understand when a golf facility is for private members only, but that was not mentioned anywhere.

K. Per 457 Reviews
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Still great

6 years later - how has the place developed?
So I really liked the place again. I think the green fee for 2 people as a hotel guest with a trolley was around €65,— quite okay, and there was also water included.
Fairways were perfect, the large bunkers had a rather thin layer of sand, the greens were okay but not too fast.
Wide fairways, which unfortunately I didn't hit very often, and water always comes into play on some fairways.
Very tricky hole 9, the hardest hole on the course, a long par 4, with a long second shot over the water. In windy conditions, being ahead is almost a must. Hole 16 is also tricky, a relatively short par 5, but with a lot of water in play. Tactical play is necessary.

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Berlin Golf Bear 105 Reviews
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If that's paradise...

Played on November 20,2019, HCP 12

… I want to see hell again.
Joke aside, the space is not bad, but I imagine “paradise” differently.

Even if it is located on a peninsula, the course is more of a parkland (or even better: palm land) than a links course. The majority of the tracks wind around an imposing mountain (which, however, is not in the game) - nice sight, but not long-lasting. Only on the last 3 lanes there is a little "Caribbean feeling" - palm trees, beach, sea view.

Many holes are simple baller meadows - as long as possible, place the ball so that frequent dogleg does not become a problem, pop the ball in front of the green (avoid bunkers, although these are very playable), pitch and putt. The "putt" is quite interesting - brisk greens with moderate undulation. A few holes are really tricky - sometimes 140m drives are required (from the regular men's tee) to overcome water, sometimes the holes are suddenly quite narrow, especially the par 3s. If you do not have the necessary length, you can also switch to the front senior teas.

The greens were in perfect condition, the fairways partly burned and with many bald spots. The stubborn semi-rough takes some getting used to for Central Europeans - the ball is often quite high, you run the risk of embezzling it.

A cart is recommended at the usual temperatures (30 °, 90% humidity) to anyone who has problems in such a climate - otherwise it will be a sweaty round.

A pretty nice place overall - only the prices are really "heavenly"! EURO 15, - for a small glass of white wine and a canned beer are already very steep. That would still be forgivable if everything else was really paradise - but it is not. In any case, I suspect that there is no busy road with the corresponding noise through paradise and that constant work on the square also makes a lot of noise.

Gladly again, but only with a green fee discount. We had a hotel package, the round with cart for 2 people cost EUR 175, which is a bargain.
Almost 4 stars, 5 would not be attainable even with top maintenance condition, too many tracks are too boring for that. (In the "Golf Bear Ranking": 7 out of 10 points.)

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