San Lameer Golf Club

South Africa, Durban

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 clubhouse 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.

San Lameer Country Club is a highly sought-after golf holiday destination with abundant wildlife. San Lameer is home to indigenous fauna and flora, including 195 different bird species. The course comes with natural challenges through the forest, glades and wetlands. San Lameer Golf Course provides exceptional golf with its Championship Course or its Mashie Course, a fun pitch and putt exclusive to players.

San Lameer Country Club Course overview

The 18-hole layout weaves through a range of beautiful surroundings with a range of interesting and challenging holes. No hole is the same at Sam Lameer and golfers will be left wanting more after their round. The rage of water hazards adds a layer of difficulty to the course whilst also adding to the idyllic nature of the course.