Parkland golf courses in South Africa
A parkland golf course is one that is lushly manicured with verdant fairways and fast greens. Plenty of trees and typically located inland. So named because of the park-like setting. Most PGA Tour courses are good examples of parkland courses.
The Golf Club offers a fully stocked pro shop, warm up range, putting and chipping green, half way house and golf club bar, as well as secure lockers rooms and showers, golf carts and golfing clinics and coaching by our Pro.
Bosch Hoek is a hidden treasure, featuring a picturesque golf course and newly opened luxury lodge. The golf course offers bent-grass greens in park-like surroundings where nothing compares to the tranquillity, serenity and fresh country air – an essential destination on your Golfing Bucket List.
Most golfers will remember the fantastic elevated tee shots off the 1st and 10th tees with incredible views of the valley. The stroke 1, 4th hole is a challenging par 4 carved into the valley with a stream all the way along the left of the fairway and a green protected by water in the front.
Located just south of Port Edward, in amongst the verdant tropical hills on South Africa’s Wild Coast, you will find one of South Africa’s most desired golfing estates – The Wild Coast Sun Country Club. The course is part of the Wild Coast Sun Hotel and Casino.
The club provides excellent warm-up facilities including a driving range, chipping and putting greens, as well as a fully-equipped pro-shop offering local and international brands. The setting, the course, the facilities, and the friendly people all make for a unique golfing experience that will bring you back to Erinvale.
Fancourt embodies a flawless fusion of leisure and world-class golfing. With all three of its golf courses ranked among Golf Digest’s top 20 courses in the country, it boasts a proud legacy of sporting excellence.
Glendower Golf Club is an exquisitely designed, highly ranked parkland golf course in Gauteng, South Africa. Currently ranked 2 in South African and 1 in Gauteng. A challenging golf course set amidst gorgeous surroundings.
The walk to the 27th tee takes one through an ecological area that is a riot of colour at certain times of the year. Look out for sunbirds. Definite risk and reward Par 5 with a generously wide Fairway to the advantage of the long hitter. The lateral hazards left and right and the divided Fairway make calculated tactical decisions necessary. The two-tier, well bunkered Green makes a great finish to a splendid golf hole.
This coastal golf course in the village of Kleinmond is situated in the Overstrand, in the Overberg Region and forms part of the famous Whale Coast. It is considered one of the hidden treasures of the Western Cape. Whilst walking the fairways one can often see whales playing in the bay, notably from July to October.
Randpark Golf Club is the only club in Johannesburg that has 3 courses.Two distinctive 18-hole golf courses located at Randpark are known as Bushwillow and Firethorn.
Over more than 100 years the golf course at Royal Cape has evolved into what it is today, a classic parkland course that provides a fine test of golf as well as a wonderful playing experience.
The Club is the product of a merger of the former Royal Johannesburg Golf Club and the former Kensington Golf Club in 1998. Possibly the first merger of its kind in South Africa, it has produced a financially sound club with modernised facilities and a strong and supportive membership base.