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Mount Edgecombe Golf Course

Mount Edgecombe Golf Course
Mount Edgecombe is situated on the rolling hills of Kwazulu-Natal's Dolphin Coast. This majestic setting provides for 360 degrees of spectacular scenery from many aspects of the golf course. The course was designed by the architects: Biocchi, Falkson & Barnard. The course at Mount Edgecombe is the only one in South Africa that has Royal Blue grass from tee to green.
Designed to USGA specifications some of the features of the course is its interesting layout, attractive water features, superb greens and the unforgiving rough that demands accurate golf. The fairways sweep between densely massed pines, tall gum trees and beautiful shrubs.

Princes Grant Golf Course

Princes Grant Golf Course
The Championship Golf Course at Prince's Grant is rated in the top 20 in the country, and offers an inspirational golfing experience that is both challenging and fair. A blend of links and parkland, the course is undulating with the sloping fairways of the high ground, contrasting with the sheltered holes in the valleys. The high vantage points of several tees lead onto cunning use of water features and large undulating green.
Located just 80 km north of Durban, near Stanger, in the heart of sugar cane country, in the tradition of the links golf courses in old Scotland, Princes Grant Estate offers a unique experience to the golfer.

Royal Durban Golf Course

Royal Durban Golf Course
The Royal Durban Golf Club is spread out over a flat piece of ground in the middle of Greyville racecourse, where fortunes have been won and lost in South Africa's premier horse race, the Durban July.
With few trees and little definition, Royal Durban looks featureless at first glance, but it would be a mistake to prejudge it as boring. Anyone who has played Royal Durban will testify that the touch of a master's hand is clearly present in the design of the course and the challenge it offers the golfer.

San Lameer Golf Course

San Lameer Golf Course
This is a golfers dream in a 163 hectare nature conservation area with its many water features making it one of the most picturesque courses in Southern Africa. Designed by Peter Matkovitch, this course can be a bit intimidating to the higher handicap golfer, especially when the wind is blowing and adventurous shots can end up in a watery grave.

Selborne Golf Course

Selborne Golf Course
Since completion in 1987, the golf course has matured into one of the most aesthetically attractive in South Africa. On 14 holes water hazards come into play, calling for good and precise iron shots. The greens are fast and contoured, requiring a sensitive putting touch. It's a strenuous test of your golfing. Huge indigenous trees flanking fairways and the backdrop of the Indian Ocean makes for a very picturesque course.

Wild Coast Golf Course

Wild Coast Golf Course
Situated on a rugged coastline, this course provides an exciting visual experience. With most holes requiring shots over water, ravines and even a waterfall, the course winds through lush subtropical foliage, with the coastal wind providing a further challenge. Although the course is 5800m in length, the walk is more like eight kilometers, so be prepared to take up to 6 hours for your game.

Zimbali Golf Course

Zimbali Golf Course
Tom Weiskopf - former British & South African Open Golf Champion - has designed a golf course which will challenge players of all handicaps in the most delightful surroundings.
Tom Wieskopf had this to say: "The character of the property is one that I'd describe as having an abundance of natural features which include constant changes in elevation, a combination of mature indigenous trees and vegetation and some beautiful wetland areas with natural steams and ponds, all creating a dramatic and beautiful setting."

South Broom Golf Club

South Broom Golf Club
Southbroom has a tough and tight layout through lush coastal bush and offers spectacular sea and surf views from some tees. Established as a nine hole course in 1939 it was extended to eighteen holes in 1948. The course winds its way through the village and down to the sea. The short par 3 fourth hole is part of the sand dune that protects this magnificent coast line and on rare occasions you can watch the dolphins play or a whale bask in the warm Indian Ocean currents.

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