Founded in 1909, Knysna Golf Club moved to its current location in 1951 and the club’s original 9-hole course was expanded to a full 18-hole layout twenty years later.
Established in 1932 with a 9-hole course in play, Westlake Golf Club was in a position to offer its membership a full 18-hole layout within four years of its formation.
Designed by Gary Player, the 18-hole layout at Goose Valley Golf Club borders the Keurbooms Lagoon, close to Plettenberg Bay and the South African Amateur Championship has been played here recently...
Located very close to Cape Town, the links-like layout at Milnerton Golf Club is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Rietvlei Lagoon to the east.
Paarl Golf Club now boasts a 27-hole golf complex after David Frost and Danie Obermeyer redesigned the original River and Paarl nines, adding the 9-hole Boschenmeer circuit in 1999.
The course in play today at Worcester Golf Club is a Peter Matkovich/Gary Player co-production from the late 1980s, and it’s the only design the two architects have ever collaborated on.
Mossel Bay lies on pleasantly undulating cliff tops with fairly open fairways which have ocean views from each and every one of them...
Kingswood Golf Estate is located at the heart of the Garden Route and the course is the result of collaboration between the South African golfing legend Sally Little and architect Danie Obermeyer.
Situated to the northeast of Cape Town, the course at Durbanville Golf Club is a late-1960s Ken Elkins design and the club’s bent grass greens are widely regarded as some of the best putting surfaces in the Cape region.
Located less than a ten-minute drive from Cape Town’s city centre, Rondebosch Golf Club has been described as “one of the grand old dames of South African golf" and has held several Sunshine Tour events down the years.