Pretoria Golf Club in Pretoria, City of Tshwane, Gauteng, South Africa

Pretoria Golf Club (18) (Gauteng, Pretoria (City Of Tshwane), Pretoria)
 
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Pretoria Golf Club (18)

General Information
The Pretoria Golf Club was founded in 1894. The club has "survived for 100 years during which time the popularity of golf has made tremendous strides and, I believe, is facing an even more exciting future when so many of our fellow citizens of all groups will be able to share in the joys of golf.

Facilities

  • Pro shop
  • Driving range
  • Golf club hire
  • Golf carts
  • Bar
  • Function facilities
  • Halfway House
Green Fees
  9 holes 18 holes
SAGA Aff. Visitor R45 R85
Caddies R30 R55
Golf Carts R50 R100
Members R20 R30
Non Aff. Visitor R50 R100

On Course
Course Policy
Open Mondays from 11:00 am
Visitors welcome everyday except Saturdays

Dress Code
GOLF SHOES (spikes): Soft

Course Rating
- Men Women
Par Rating 72 72
SAGA Rating 72 72
Length 6417m 5582m

Course Difficulty

Contact Details
Tel: +27 12 386 6836
Fax: +27 12 386 6839
Email: westgolf@mweb.co.za
Website: www.pretoriagolfclub.co.za

Physical Address
Morkel Street - East
Phillip Nel Park
Pretoria West
0001
Gauteng
South Africa

Location
Pretoria
With the lilac splendour of jacarandas as its trademark, Pretoria has grown into a metropolitan structure encapsulating a rainbow nation.

It's here where colourful people from all around gather... where busting trade and scintillating nightlife is offset by the tranquillity of nature's reserves.

It's Africa with a touch Europe and a pinch of oriental spice. Hooting taxi's, cars old and new, buses and trains drive past hawkers selling an array of fresh fruit from surrounding farms.

And high up on Meintjeskop, sir Herbert Baker's famous architectural wonder views it all the stately Union Buildings housing Government offices.

Over the years, Pretoria lured many an investor. And along with the industrial growth, people from all over settled in and around Pretoria.

Peri-urban areas such as Mamelodi, Atteridgeville and Soshanguve sprung up and grew to feed this ever expanding metropole.

Stretching out from Pretoria's pulsating rhythm, is an area incorporating the community of the beautiful Hartbeespoort dam, the bushveld game farms surrounding Warmbaths, the rustic town of Brits and the rural, yet modern Bronkhorstspruit.

The climate is as warm and pleasing as the people. The scenery as colourful as its history.

It's a fascinating fusion of ancient and modern, indigenous and cosmopolitan…

Directions
Travelling from Johannesburg, take the N1 North towards Pretoria. Where the road splits to Pietersburg/Krugersdorp/Pretoria go straight onto Pretoria. Pass the prison in Potgieter Street on entering Pretoria and turn left into Church Street.

Follow Church Street for 2 - 3 kms, then turn right into Rebecca Street. Continue to the Rebecca Street cemetary, and then turn left up the hill. Take the second turning to the left into Morket Street and the club is about 600m on the left hand side.






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