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Gauteng is a northern province of South Africa, with most of its territory defined by 2 of the nation’s largest cities. Pretoria is the de facto national capital, with the Voortrekker Monument to 19th-century Dutch residents and Kruger House, home of 19th-century president Paul Kruger. Johannesburg has many sites relating to the country’s 20th-century struggle to end segregation, including the Apartheid Museum.
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.
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.
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.
The Bryanston Country Club course plays to an unusual par 72 and is 6 768 metres long. It is a beautiful course with many water features coming into play on 11 of the holes.
Rocklands Golf Course is known for its well-manicured fairways, greens and challenging back tees. It also contains several water hazards for the intrepid golfer to navigate around.
Woodmead Golf Course is a breathtakingly scenic and well-maintained Johannesburg golf course that blends effortlessly into its woodland forest surroundings.
The Gary Player Country Club Golf Course, designed by Gary Player, is an 18-hole par-72 walking course, with a 5km running trail along the course.