Paarl Golf Course

Paarl Boschenmeer Golf Club

Paarl Golf Course Paarl Golf Course

Course Description:

Enjoy exploring our extensive and challenging course; some hole’s meander along the Berg River while many are tree-lined lush green channels which present the golfer with a smooth mix of risk and reward. Water hazards are the most prominent obstacle with the majority of holes having a water trap that needs careful navigation.

The development of the Boschenmeer Estate, which incorporated the grounds of the Paarl Golf Club, took place in 1997 and changed the face of the Paarl Golf Club radically. The redevelopment created a further nine holes which became the Boschenmeer Nine, which resulted in us becoming the Western Cape’s first 27-hole golf club. The 27 holes are made up as follows: 1 – 9 The River Nine, 10 – 18 The Paarl Nine, 19 – 27 The Boschenmeer Nine.

Paarl Boschenmeer Golf Club – Info and Other Data:

Carts compulsory:
Pull Carts:
Caddy’s Compulsory:
Member days:
Wednesday afternoons and Saturdays
Type of Course:
Walk able:
Course rating:
Par 72
Course Designer:
Danie Obermeyer & David Frost
How old is the golf course:
112 years – opened in 1908
Difficulty of course:
Signature hole (s):
Hole 25, 5 and 10
Awards / Accolades
PAARL GOLF CLUB has won the 2015 John Collier Award for Environmental Compliance and Good Governance
Celebrity Visits:
Gary Player, Steven Kitshoff, Alan Donald, Frans Malherbe, Jean De Villiers,    SA Cricket team and Springbok Rugby team
Dress Code:
Golfing Attire
Handicap policy:
Players must open their rounds before commencing play.                                      All handicaps welcome to play
Warm up / Practice facilities:
Putting Green, Chipping area and Driving Range

Course Layout: