San Lameer Golf Course - KwaZulu-Natal

San Lameer Golf Course covers a stretch of KwaZulu-Natal's subtropical South Coast.

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Course Designer:
Peter Matkovich
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+27 (0)39 313 5141


San Lameer Golf Course is a subtropical conservation retreat on the shores of the balmy Indian Ocean that has recently been upgraded by architect Peter Matkovich. KwaZulu-Natal’s lush South Coast vegetation delights the resort’s graceful four-legged residents; a becoming medley of impala, reedbuck, bushbuck and duikers. The indigenous wetland forest is well-protected and a haven for the kaleidoscopic local birdlife. This wild coastal wonderland doubles as a golfer’s paradise.

Coated with sky-sweeping palm trees and glossy water pools, the renovation of the parklands-style course has elevated it to rank amongst the country’s various world-class green arenas.  San Lameer Golf Course provides the ideal opportunity to combine a relaxing beach holiday with a championship golf experience. For a more relaxed exploit, visitors can enjoy the 9-holes on the Pitch-and-Putt course.

San Lameer Country Club also offers a proshop with all the latest golfing apparel and accessories. The a la carte Halfway House restaurant caters to both golfers and visitors just stopping by for a bite to eat, creating a warm, welcoming ambience to complement the hearty fare on offer. The bar and lounge terrace overlooks the 9th and 18th holes – the perfect perch for a sundowner after a satisfying round of golf.




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