Eye of Africa named one of South Africa’s top 10 golf estates

The Eye of Africa Golf and Residential Estate has been named one of South Africa’s top 10 golf estates in AfrAsia Bank and New World Wealth’s latest report.

Annually, AfrAsia Bank and New World Wealth rank South Africa’s top lifestyle estates, this year they added sub-categories including top 10 golf estates in South Africa in which the Eye of Africa was listed.
“We are delighted to be named one of the best golf estates in the country. We are home to the only Greg Norman Design championship golf course in South Africa and the accomplishment truly cements our reputation as the jewel of the south,” says David Nagle, developer of Eye of Africa.
However, Nagle is quick to point out that Eye of Africa is not solely about the golf course, it’s about lifestyle and the golf estate’s offerings epitomise the ethos of secure living and harmony with nature and the great outdoors.
“We have been introducing many new lifestyle amenities for our homeowners from tennis courts, basketball court, a fully-equipped gym, new golf practice facility, restaurants, convenience store, resort pool and ice-cream parlour, having all of one’s lifestyle needs met in one beautiful setting,” he further adds.
The signature par 72 Greg-Norman design championship golf course meanders through the natural grassland, and for the last two years has played host to the South African PGA Championship, one of South Africa’s oldest and most prestigious golf events on the Sunshine Tour.
Over the past few years, the development has progressed immensely, offering prospective buyers a variety of investment options from stands, ready-built cluster homes to its latest luxury apartment offering launching to market on 6 September 2017, called The Village.
Nagle concludes, “Our goal is to provide a five-star experience that is not easily matched.” He adds that the facilities, space and environment make Eye of Africa ideal for the young professional, couples, young families and empty nesters.

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