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Old Course


Par 73, 6254m


The Frank Pennink designed parkland style layout is one of the oldest in the region and renowned all over the golfing world. It meanders through impressive pine trees - the principal hazard - over gently undulating natural terrain. Although it opened in 1969, the course was completely renovated and modernised 27 years later although no major changes were made to the magnificent layout.

In addition to raising the Old Course to new heights of quality, an attractive new clubhouse and adjacent putting green were also built at that time. The 4th is a beautiful Par-3 of 163m. The tee shot must cross a water hazard, trees and a bunker. The 16th, 514m, is a difficult par 5, index 2. Keep the drive to the left of the fairway and lay up carefully leaving an 8 iron to the green. The Old Course is a hugely popular course. If you stray the pines can play havoc with your score.


  • Clubhouse
  • Golf Shop
  • Driving Range
  • Practice Putting Greens
  • Bar / Restaurant
  • Buggy Bar
  • Valet Service