Hermanus Golf Club

Hermanus Golf Club

Hermanus Golf Club Hermanus Golf Club

Course Description:

Hermanus, on the Cape South Coast, is a charming fishing village famous for the whales that come here annually to calve. With its unparalleled scenic beauty, modern infrastructure, upmarket shops and endless adventure options, it’s little wonder that Hermanus has grown in size and popularity during the last decade.

The changes have achieved a great boost to the challenge of this golf course. The improvements have created an opportunity for a real challenge if the course is played from the back tees, while the introduction of different tees (championship, members, seniors and ladies) will allow all levels of golfers to participate in competitions.

The whole feel of the course has been modernised with shaping (fairways, grassy mounds, bunkers, trees and rocky water hazards) all adding a visual, as well as a challenging flow to the course.

Hermanus Golf Club – Info and Other Data:

Carts compulsory:
Pull Carts:
Caddy’s Compulsory:
Member days:
 Wednesday and Saturday afternoons
Type of Course:
Walk able:
Course rating:
Course Designer:
 Peter Matkovich
How old is the golf course:
 113 years old (1907)
Difficulty of course:
 Not difficult
Signature hole (s):
Awards / Accolades
Celebrity Visits:
Dress Code:
 Golfing attire
Handicap policy:
 Official handicap required in competitions only
Warm up / Practice facilities:
 Yes – Putting Green,  Chipping area and Driving Range

Course Layout: