Facts about our Mashie Course and what you need to know before teeing it up.
- 9 Holes
- All Par 3’s
- Longest Hole: Hole 5 - 134m
- Shortest Hole: Hole 8 – 58m
- No Golf Carts allowed
- Free of Charge to anyone staying on the estate
- No bookings required
- Floodlights for night golf events
- Not open to the public
- Rental clubs available at the leisure desk
- Score cards, tees, gloves and balls are available to buy at the pro shop
- Maximum 4 players in a group
- Players to commence from hole 1
- Pin positions change twice a week
- Please allow faster playing golfers through so everyone enjoys their experience
- One club length placing is allowed on fairways, not nearer the hole
- Divide your official handicap by two to get your handicap for the Mashie course
- Par for the Mashie course is 27
The Mashie course was designed before the actual 18 holes golf course
Although the Mashie course is very informal, we still encourage all players to fix their pitch marks on the greens and to be respectful of the course and fellow players.
The Mashie course is used as a driving range for big tournaments such as SA Women’s Masters and the Junior Africa Challenge.
The Mashie is often used as a facility to host golf clinics.
We take great pride in the condition of the Mashie course as we use the same maintenance practises as we do for the 18 hole championship course.
Hole 1 - 70m
Hole 2 - 82m
Hole 3 - 96m
Hole 4 - 86m
Hole 5 - 134m
Hole 6 - 90m
Hole 7 - 104m
Hole 8 - 58m
Hole 9 - 78m