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...
Blue Valley has many surprising elevation changes throughout as holes rise and fall over gently undulating terrain.
The course at Kloof Country Club dates back to the “Golden Age” of architecture and was extended to 18 holes in 1929 by Woodhall Spa's Colonel SV Hotchkin...
Southbroom is an Indian Ocean charmer that may never come top of the South African “best course” listings but it will always be a “favourite course”...
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.
Sid Brews designed the layout for the 18 holes at Glenvista Country Club in 1967 but it would take another six years before the course was ready for play. The greens have since been rebuilt to USGA specifications.
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.
A large man-made lake is the centerpiece of the landscaping at Centurion and the clubhouse and four closing holes are all laid out around it to create a tough finish to the round.
Bob Grimsdell laid out the course at St Francis Bay Golf Club in 1975 and this 9-holer was extended to a full 18-hole layout in 1999 by Danie Obermeyer.
Featuring bent grass greens, the course at State Mines Country Club in East Rand was upgraded to the golfing specifications of architect Rob O’Friel in the mid 1990s.