Accommodation in Silver Lakes, Pretoria
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Lying to the east of Tshwane / Pretoria's centre, Silver Lakes is a residential and golfing estate aimed at upmarket clientèle for whom a golf course on a series of lakes is the ultimate investment.
The main draw card here is the championship golf course designed by Peter Matkovich, who loves water design features, such as the ones incorporated in Silver Lakes, such that his courses have become characterised by them. Water plays a role on 10 out of the 18 holes and proves challenging to some.
The views from here across Pretoria are beautiful and marred by very little, now that bushveld, the natural vegetation ... [continued]