Beachwood was originally designed around a mangrove swamp. It's a tight, undulating seaside course in a delightful tropical setting.
El Paraiso was laid out in the early 1970s by “Black Knight” Gary Player and renowned architect Ron Kirby, back in the days when they were involved in a course design partnership.
Erinvale was one of the earliest residential estate courses in South Africa to open back in 1995 and it made an immediate world wide impact the following year when it hosted the World Cup of Golf...
The Links course at Fancourt opened for play in November 2000 and it represents a unique and very tough South African golfing experience.
The 18-hole Montagu parkland layout is the original course at Fancourt (from an initial 27-hole design), which was upgraded in 2005 when new 1st and 9th holes were introduced.
The Outeniqua (meaning “land of milk and honey”) parkland layout has a number of fairways bounded by white-walled, thatched roof villas, adding character and colour to the surroundings.
Fish River is a remote and lengthy Gary Player design that's set close to the Indian Ocean. The course closed in November 2017 then reopened a few months later when the Mantis Group stepped in to run the facility.
You’ll really need to hang on to Frigyes Karinthy’s “six degrees of separation” theory in order to get a game at the Floridian National Golf Club, for this was Huizenga’s retreat.
The Gary Player Country Club is perhaps South Africa’s most famous course thanks to the “Million Dollar Golf Challenge”. Naturally the “Black Knight” designed it and it’s one of the longest courses in the country...
Geneva National Golf Resort features three 18-hole layouts and the Gary Player Signature Course was the last to arrive in 1995 when the first nine holes opened for play.