Clarens Golf and Trout Estate
The round of golf at The Clarens Golf Estate begins at the stylish clubhouse, strategically positioned to view the finish of both nines, as well as the magnificent Mount Horeb (Setlofe).
The playing surface of the manicured Kikuyu fairways and Bent grass greens are framed by mature Willow and magnificent Lombardi poplar trees, characteristic of the area. This layout is a classic "risk and reward" design. With the fairways wide at the landing areas off the tees, one can easily reach the greens in regulation to your handicap. However, nearly every green hugs the water, so it’s a case of play safe to your handicap, or attack the flags to "go low".
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|Red W: 66.1/111||273||277||264||314||140||432||142||417||361||2620||334||316||349||254||122||524||232||144||314||2589||5209|
A diamond in the rough
A relatively new course situated in stunning surrounds and scenery. Expect very little else except decent greens. Fairways are mixed kikuyu/rye/local stuff with badly defined 1st & 2nd cuts. Bunkers are atrocious with no common standards throughout - especially challenging for higher handicap players.