The Golf of Lubumbashi is an 18-hole Par 73 course housed in an exceptional green setting in Lubumbashi, Haut-Katanga Province, in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Built in the middle of the primary savannah in 1934 by the British Consul Sir H. Graham Willis, the Lubumbashi golf course extends over 64 hectares wooded with rare trees and is home to no less than 171 species of birds that have found refuge there.

Classified as an ecological heritage of the city of Lubumbashi, golf plays an essential role in the environmental balance of a rapidly changing city.

43rd Open International Amateur of the Golf Club of Lubumbashi from 06 to 08 October 2022

The 43rd International Amateur Open of the Lubumbashi Golf Club will take place from October 06 to 08, 2022. This prestigious Amateur Golf competition from Congo is fortunate to welcome excellent foreign golfers including several professionals from South Africa, Belgium , Kinshasa, Kenya, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The professionals will be ...