The golf course – consistently named one of the best conditioned courses in South Africa Golf Digest’s annual Top 100 – attracts golfers seeking a total golfing experience. Known for its hybrid plan, it offers traditionalists the opportunity to ‘bump and run’ (a rare shot in South Africa) in the rough around the greens, and to meet the challenges of strategically placed sand pits and waterways.
The par-three, not-so-short 14th hole, features the largest green in Africa at 76 meters in length. Indigenous shrubs guard the green and the mound has been shaped to echo the distinctive mountain range behind.
The 18-hole golf course was designed to make full use of natural features and hazards such as the vineyards, pine forest and gentle waterways. Its environmental diversity gives the course its unique character.
The well-designed and refurbished clubhouse has seen many golfers enjoying the 19th hole.
The Steenberg Golf Club is open to the public, but priority and special green fee rates are given to hotel guests and members.
Please note the Steenberg Golf Club reserves the right to close the course on short notice for Maintenance
Members only Competition days: Wednesday afternoons, Saturdays and the 1st Sunday afternoon of each month
Provisional course closures for Monthly Maintenance 2013
2nd or 3rd Monday of every Month – final dates to be confirmed
Course Closure for Hollowtyning 2013
15, 16,17 and18 April 2013
9, 10,11, 12 and 13 September 2013