The 18 holes of the Gary Player and Phil Jacobs-designed Dainfern layout are actually a reworking of the old Fourways course that was originally laid out on the property.
Co-host (with De Zalze) to the World Amateur Team Championships in 2006, Stellenbosch Golf Club has also been the venue of other prestigious events like the South African Open which the club held in 1999.
One of the earliest designs of the prolific architect Peter Matkovich, the moderately undulating, tree-lined course at Umhlali Country Club first opened for play as an 18-hole layout in 1979.
Designed by Robert Trent Jones in the early 1970s, the fairways of the Killarney Country Club’s golf course are strung out on a long, narrow strip of land beside the M1 highway close to Johannesburg city centre.
Mowbray Golf Club celebrated its centenary in 2010, having played host to seven South African Opens. In 2016 King David and Mowbray merged, creating King David Mowbray Golf Club.
The Mbombela Golf Club, formerly Nelspruit, hosts an annual competition called the “Jock of the Bushveld Festival of Golf,” and this event attracts amateur golfers from all over the country.
Formed in 1900, Krugersdorp Golf Club lies in the western suburbs of Rant-En-Dal, which translated from Afrikaans means “hills and valleys”.
Atlantic Beach is situated amongst undulating sand hills and a residential estate that is contained within a nature reserve on the shore of Table Bay.
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.
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.