Prince’s Grant Golf Course ranks as one of the most prestigious courses in the country, having been outfitted with a Compleat Golfer 5-star Golf Experience and dubbed Best Golf Development in South Africa by the World Property Awards. Prince’s Grant lies just north of Durban on the salty blue skirts of the Indian Ocean, a parklands/links combination with rolling dunes and bounding waterways. Certain holes lie within 100 meters of the sea, ensuring spectacular views of the surf during play.
Designed by Peter Matkovich and opened by first director Hugh Baiocchi in 1994, Prince's Grant Golf Course proves challenging and satisfying for both the novice and the expert golfer. KwaZulu-Natal’s moderate winters ensure year-round playability in this scenic setting. We would recommend enjoying a round at Prince Grant with other coastal gems like Simbithi, Zimbali and Mount Edgecombe.
Regional activities include the north coast’s spectacular stretch of swimming beaches and ocean-based endeavors like early morning excursions with the Natal Sharks Board and dolphin cruises. A daytrip to Durban would also prove exciting. A popular new highlight is the SkyCar at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, which offers 360 degree views of the city and the sea 106m above the earth. uShaka Marine World boasts a world class aquarium, dolphin and seal shows and a family-friendly waterpark. Whatever your travel persuasion, the east coast is sure to oblige.
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