18 hole Championship golf course

SAN LAMEER IS A CONSERVATION HAVEN WITH 195 DIFFERENT BIRD SPECIES, ABUNDANT WILDLIFE - INCLUDING IMPALA, RED, GREY AND BLUE DUIKER, REEDBUCK AND BUSHBUCK - AND INDIGENOUS FAUNA AND FLORA. ADD TO THIS A SUBTROPICAL CLIMATE, THE INDIAN OCEAN AND, OF COURSE, A CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE AND YOU HAVE A GOLFER'S PARADISE WHERE EAGLES AND BIRDIES OF ALL KIND ABOUND.

Course Tour

Take a tour of our golf course to prepare for your next round at the San Lameer Country Club.
Happy Golfing!

The Course

Set in the heart of this unique natural environment, San Lameer offers you everything you would include in a dream course. Eighteen memorable holes that weave a natural challenge through the open glades, forest and wetlands with the relaxed roar of the Indian Ocean cheering you on.

The course itself, designed by Peter Matkovich and Dale Hayes, is sculptured around one of the last remaining wetland forests on the South Coast of Kwa-Zulu Natal. It was designed to avoid areas of sensitive vegetation and utilizes the indigenous plants and shrubs in the natural features of the course. The club house has just been freshly renovated and is recognized as one of the most attractive in South Africa with spectacular views from the spacious terraces surrounding it.

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  • Luxury – Houses with swimming pools, full kitchen appliances and aircons in all rooms, villa serviced everyday
  • Premier – Houses with swimming pools, full kitchen appliances, aircons in all the rooms, top class, villas serviced every day.

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ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE SERVICES
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2 DAY DEPARTURE VILLAS
STANDARD DAILY SERVICE 2HRS
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