Durbanville Golf Club


Course Description:

Founded in 1967, Durbanville Golf Club has established a firm reputation for camaraderie and sportsmanship, earning it the fond accolade The Jewel of the North. The Club enjoys an active membership where both young and old enjoy their passion for the game and its related social opportunities, with the club house and facilities being extremely popular among members and visitors alike. Known for its friendly staff and inviting atmosphere, the club extends a special welcome to visitors. Facilities include a the Halfway House, a lapa area with seating under a gazebo, a comfortable Members’ Lounge and cosy bar, as well as a well-stocked Club Proshop with golf carts and clubs available for hire.

Durbanville Golf Club – Info and Other Data:

Carts compulsory:
Pull Carts:
Caddy’s Compulsory:
Member days:
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sunday mornings
Type of Course:
Parklands – Predominantly Flat
Walk able:
Course rating:
Men – 71.3 (slope – 129),  Ladies – 72.4 (slope – 121)
Course Designer:
Ken Elkin
How old is the golf course:
53 years
Difficulty of course:
Very easy to walk, some very tough holes
Signature hole (s):
Awards / Accolades
Celebrity Visits:
Jacques Kallis –Member of DGC (Cricket) JP Strydom (Pro Golfer)- Member of DGC & Gary Player
Dress Code:
Golfing attire – soft spike golf course
Handicap policy:
Warm up / Practice facilities:
Putting Green, Chipping Area and Driving Range

Course Layout: