Zimbali Golf Course - Ballito

Zimbali Golf Course counts among the most spectacular coastal courses in the country.

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Course type:
Links / Coastal Forest
Course Designer:
Tom Weiskopf
Course Length:
Championship 6524m
+27 (0)32 538 1041


The Zimbali Golf Course is a lush paradise of palms, Isle 2000 greens and Royal Blue fairways that bounds through the subtropical forests of the Zimbali Coastal Resort.  The links/coastal forest style course overlooks the endless deep blue of the Indian Ocean. A songful medley of birds and mischievous meets of monkeys inhabit the well-wooded areas. Small waterfalls, sparkling swimming pools and modern seaside mansions populate this romantic holidaymaker’s resort.

Zimbali’s Zulu name translates to ‘valley of flowers’, which is apt when considering the resort’s striking natural surroundings. The resort is 45km north of Durban, which makes it ideal for travelers looking for a relaxing round of golf with their sun, sea and surf, or people visiting the east coast for business. Golfing is, after all, traditionally one of the finest methods of settling a business deal.

With conservation taking precedence, Zimbali Golf Course was designed by former British and South African PGA champion Tom Weiskopf. The location is ideal for vacationists seeking a relaxing beach retreat along with their golf experience. KwaZulu-Natal’s mild climate affords visitors cheerful temperatures year-round, ensuring activities galore.




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