The Club features a Resident Golf Professional, Pro-shop, Practise Facilities, Festive Bar and Excellent Halfway House.
The thatched clubhouse enjoys panoramic vistas of the course and surrounds. Seating arrangments inside and out make the most of the superb all-year-round weather.
The festive bar serves well as the 19th hole, where friendships are made and golfing yarns grow greater by the Castle Light.
The South African tradition of stopping for refreshment after 9 holes is unusual to overseas visitors, but they soon look forward to the brief respite.
The men's and ladies' locker rooms offer the usual facilities. There are towels available after your shower.
A practice tee is available, when the field allows, as well as practice chipping and putting greens.
A must to play when visiting this outstanding tourist area. The course offers indigenous Lowveld trees and over 256 different species of birds. Designed by Bob Grimsdell and upgraded in 1998 by Peter Matkovitch, Bent grass greens and Cynoden/Kikuyu fairways complement the glorious landscape.