Nestled in a uniquely beautiful natural landscape, the eco-friendly Kleinmond Golf Course envelops visitors in spectacular mountain and sea views in every direction. Being part of the Kogelberg Biosphere, a great variety of local wild life and rare indigenous Cape fynbos thrives here, making it a golfing venue without rival.
Whilst walking the fairways one can often see whales playing in the bay, notably from July to October. The course measures 5761 meters, with a par rating of 72 and a SAGU rating of 70. Different tees are used and the course provides for a challenging golfing experience all year round. Climatic conditions are excellent for most of the year.
Aerial View of Course with 12th hole in the front
1.Out of bounds - tarred roads, clubhouse, garages, paved pathways, car park and areas around the clubhouse, the practice putting green and where demarcated by white stakes.
2.A ball lying on any track, pathway or roadway within the course (except bridges over lateral hazards) may be lifted and dropped not nearer to the hole without penalty.
3.All PLANTED trees under two club lengths in height or marked with blue stakes, are considered staked trees. A ball lying in such a position that a staked tree interferes with one's stance or swing, may be lifted and dropped within two club lengths, not nearer the hole without a penalty.
4.The small drainage ditches on the right of 7th/16th fairway and left of 8th/17th fairway are not hazards. A ball may be lifted and dropped not nearer the hole if the ball lies in the ditch or the ditch interferes with one's stance or swing.
5.Ground Under Repair on the course is clearly demarcated and has a GUR notice inside the area. All flower beds are to be treated as GUR.
6.Male players younger than 13 or over 70 with a handicap of 27 or higher may tee off at the green markers on holes 4, 10 and 13.
7.A ball striking the overhead power lines must be replayed and without a penalty shot.
8.Please refer to green keeper's notice board for any other local rules.
IF IN DOUBT PLAY IT AS IT LIES.