Klerksdorp Golf Club
- Holes: 18
- Par: 72
- Length: 6379 meters
Klerksdorp Golf Club is the oldest golf club in the Old Transvaal and together with Kimberly Golf Club the 5th oldest Golf Club in South Africa established in 1889.
The first nine crosses the park area and has a few deceiving holes. The fourth is a par 4 stroke 3 which requires a well placed drive, brilliant second and two great puts for par. The fifth hole has the spruit all-long the fairway so keep right and don't miss the green left. After the first nine relax at the halfway house or under the lapa to enjoy a quick snack or meal.
The second nine start off with a par 5 which lures the long hitters to go on for two - the green is well banked... so go for it! The next two par threes is in direct contrast - the 11th hole measures 222 meter for the men and 210 for women while the 12th hole is only 110 and 108 meters! The next par 4 is stroke 2, again flanked by the Schoonspruit on the right and around the green. You will have to cross the spruit two times to hit the green on the 16th par 3.
To end a great round of golf, the 18th is a reachable par 5 with the green in full view of the clubhouse so end in style with a birdie or even an eagle!