Beachwood was originally designed around a mangrove swamp. It's a tight, undulating seaside course in a delightful tropical setting.
Situated a forty-five minute drive south of Johannesburg, Maccauvlei Golf Club is one of the “lost” golf courses in the country.
Formerly known as Gardener Ross, the Els Club at Copperleaf in Gauteng is home to South Africa's first Els Club and the Big Easy’s golf course is laid out on a parcel of land that Ernie’s grandfather once called home.
Bryanston plays very long (7,400 yards from the back markers) and the tone is set for the round with back-to-back par fives at the opening two holes.
The signature hole at Prince’s Grant is the 560-yard par five 15th. "Umvoti" plays from an elevated tee to a green down beside the Indian Ocean...
The 18-hole parkland golf course at Irene Country Club dates back to 1912 but it was remodelled in more recent times by Phil Jacobs Design.
Hawtree and Sons laid out Plettenberg Bay in the Piesang River valley, and the design at Plett (as it’s known to the locals) makes great use of water at a number of holes...
Royal Cape is South Africa's oldest golf club and has played host to no fewer than ten South African Opens.
The course at Parkview Golf Club was established in 1916 when LB Waters, the four-time winner of the South African Open, set out a series of golf holes along a long, narrow green belt...
Located not far from the small spa town of Bela Bela, the course at Zebula Golf Estate lies on rather flat terrain where wide, open fairways are framed by bushveld trees.