Irene Country Club in Irene, City of Tshwane, Gauteng, South Africa

Irene Country Club (18) (Gauteng, Pretoria (City Of Tshwane), Irene)
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Irene Country Club (18)

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30 Minutes from JHB Airport, Pretoria Central, and Sandton, Irene Country Club is the most centrally located venue for your function. This Tranquil Old Golf Course with its Century Old Trees and unpredictable River offers Golf, Tennis, Squash, Bowls, Cricket, Swimming and the most beautiful Sunrise/Sunset walks.

Our Club House department with its 2 bars, lounge, patio area and 3 halls offers a wide range of products from snacks and sandwiches to a fully served executive-type 3 or 4 course meal.

* Conferences, Weddings
* Trade Shows & Launches
* Golf Days & Award Ceremonies
* Informal & Executive Meetings
* Team Building
* ...and more


  • Bar
  • Board Room
  • Chipping Green
  • Driving Range
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  • Function Facilities
  • Golf Carts
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  • Halfway House
  • Lobby
  • Locker Rooms
  • Practice Bunker
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  • Pro Shop
  • Putting Green
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  • Restaurant
  • Squash Courts
  • Tennis Courts
  • Trophy Display

Green Fees
- 18 hole
Golf Carts R100.00
Non Aff. Visitor R75.00
SAGA Aff. Visitor R120.00

On Course
Course Policy
Not open Mondays (except December and January)
Visitors welcome everyday

Course Rating

- Men Women
Par Rating 72 71
SAGA Rating 71 0
Length 6369m -

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Course Designer
J Smuts, J H v/d Buyl (1915)

Contact Details
Tel: +27 12 667 1081
Fax: +27 12 667 2832

Physical Address
1 Main Road
South Africa

The administrative capital of South Africa, Pretoria / Tshwane lies about 50 km north of Johannesburg. The population, just under a million, consists mainly of officials, and in Pretoria life goes at a much slower pace than in the hectic Johannesburg. It is quite easy for the visitor to find his or her way through the city, which is laid out like a chess board. Pretoria lies 1367 m above sea level, which makes it about 400 m lower than Johannesburg. It is surrounded by protecting mountains. The climate is subtropical with hot, wet summers and relatively mild, dry winters.

The nicest time for a visit is spring, when in October more than 70,000 Jacaranda trees are in full bloom. Then the whole town is one big purple-coloured and sweet-smelling sea of blossoms. The exotic trees were imported from South America some 100 years ago and gave the town its nickname: "Jacaranda City."

From Johannesburg travel on the N1 North in the Pretoria direction. Take the N1 Pietersburg (Polokwane) highway, go past Centurion and take the Botha Avenue off-ramp to Irene (there is a brown sign to the Jan Smuts House). Turn right and travel 2,2kms with the railway line on your left, pass the shops and garage and continue to the 4-way stop. Continue straight over and the course is on your right.

Alternatively take the R21 highway to Pretoria (past Johannesburg International), take the Irene off-ramp and turn left. Travel into Irene where you pass under a railway bridge and at the 4-way stop turn left. The course is on your right

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