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Dainfern Golf Course

Dainfern Golf Course
The Dainfern Club course was designed by golfing legend Gary Player, who incorporated the Jukskei River and valley in his design. A number of holes cross the river and water is a prominent feature of the course, which plays 6 580 metres long and is a par 72. Dainfern is situated half an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Johannesburg and also houses a residential estate.

Gary Player Country Club

Gary Player Country Club
Continually ranked the best golf course in South Africa, the Gary Player Golf course sets the standard. It is arguably the most famous course in South Africa and has hosted the Nedbank Million dollar golf tournament. This 18-hole golf course is both demanding and difficult, with some golfers claiming it to be the toughest course in the Southern Hemisphere.

Glendower Golf Course

Glendower Golf Course
The Glendower Country club is a must play for any golfer visiting the area. The golf course is not only one of the oldest but is also rated as one of the best in the Johannesburg area and belongs in the top 10 rated course in South Africa.
This challenging, well-designed golf course is superbly manicured and is situated in aesthetically pleasing natural surroundings. Glendower was declared a natural conservation in 1973 to protect the abundance of bird life and lush vegetation on the course.

Johannesburg Country Club

Johannesburg Country Club
The Country Club Johannesburg has two courses, the Woodmead and the Woodlands. On the Woodmead course, this challenging course requires a thinking golfer who will not be distracted by the obvious beauty of the course. The Woodlands Course is designed with the indigenous South African bushveld as the backdrop and also includes numerous water challenges. The courses compliment each other and offer the golfer the choice of two very different golfing experiences.

Lost City Golf Course

Lost City Golf Course
The course was carved out of an undulating rocky terrain and has a classical African feel. Even the clubhouse, which blends in perfectly, has been modeled on the Zimbabwe ruins, an ancient mystical city in the heart of Africa.
South African golfing legend and course designer, Gary Player, believes that he has created one of the top courses in the world at the Lost City, with its desert style front nine and out-of Africa back nine. The back nine is your golf safari with only a fence separating the golfers from the untamed African countryside that is the Pilanesberg Game Reserve.

Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club

Royal Johannesburg & Kensington Golf Club
The two 18 hole layouts at 'Royal' are among the best courses in Johannesburg. Royal was built in 1933 and the championship East layout has been frequent host to the South African Open. They are both long courses and at first glance an intimidating prospect for most visitors until you remember that at Johannesburg's high altitude the ball travels 10% further. The courses have a tree lined parkland layout with gentle undulations rather than abrupt slopes.

Mabalingwe Country Club

Mabalingwe Country Club
Laid out on a 660 hectares of estate, this country club combines the perfect Golf ‘n Game combination: spectacular African bush and wildlife, and pristine golfing conditions on a Peter Matkovich-designed course. Close by is the 12 500 hectare Mabalingwe Game Reserve, home of the Big 5, and malaria-free.

Elements Private Golf Reserve

Elements Private Golf Reserve
Another Peter Matkovich gem, situated on picturesque malaria-free bushveld. Elements is home to zebra, giraffe and many buck species, who freely roam the course, and who add to the naturally breathtaking surrounds on this challenging, pristine course.

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