Amanzimtoti Golf Club in Amanzimtoti, Durban Central, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

Amanzimtoti Golf Club (18) (Kwazulu Natal, Durban Central, Amanzimtoti)
 
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Amanzimtoti Golf Club (18)

General Information
Located on the beautiful South Coast beach of Amanzimtoti. The 18th tee is on the beach with beautiful views.

Facilities
  • Caddies (18 holes - R50,00) (9 holes - R25,00)
  • Golf Carts (18 holes - R110,00) (9 holes - R55,00)
  • Pro shop
  • Golf club hire (R30,00)
  • Pull trolleys (R10,00)
  • Bar
  • Chipping Green
  • Function Facilities
  • Halfway House
  • Lounge
  • Practice Bunker
  • Putting Green
  • Squash Courts
  • Trophy Display
Green Fees

Affiliation
Price
Holes
Members
R 50.00
18 holes
-
R 25.00
9 holes
Members Ladies
R 45.00
18 Holes
-
R 23.00
9 holes
Non Affiliated Visitor
R 110.00
18 holes
-
R 55.00
9 holes
SAGA Affiliated Visitor
R 90.00
18 holes
-
R 45.00
9 holes
Students
R 27.00
18 holes
-
R 14.00
9 holes
Juniors (17 and under)
R 20.00
-
Seniors (60+)
R 27.00
-

On Course
Course Policy

Bar: No Beachwear, T-Shirts, Rugby/Soccer Jerseys, Boxer Shorts
Clubhouse: As for Bar including No Slipslops
Course: As for Bar & Clubhouse
Golf Shoes (spikes): Metal / Soft


Course Rating
Men - 72 (Length - 5816m)
Women - 71 (Length - 5043m)


Course Difficulty


Contact Details
Tel: +27 31 902 1166
Fax: +27 31 902 3652
Email: totigolfclub@icon.co.za


Physical Address

1 Golf Course Road
Athlone Park
Amanzimtoti
4120
South Africa


Location
Jewels of the South
Approximately 24km south of Durban and 12km from Durban International Airport, you will discover "The Jewels of the South". Amanzimtoti, Isipingo, Folweni, Kwamakhuta, Umbogintwini, Ezimbokodweni, Magabheni, Illovo, Lovu, Kingsburgh, Adams Mission and Umbumbulu. These gems are all part of the Greater Durban Metropolitan Council. Durban is the largest, most vibrant city on the east coast of Southern Africa.

The Jewels of the South are different from any other city in the world. It is here that colonial European, Indian, Coloured and indigenous Zulu communities come together and produce a culture which gives rise to the architecture, the sights, the smells and the very energy of this unique piece of Africa.This magnificent coast line boasts kilometers of golden beaches caressed by the warm Indian Ocean , exciting rocky outcrops, mysterious lagoons, rivers, bush, islands and reedy spots."The charming place", Amanzimtoti, and the surrounding areas have long been a popular holiday destinations, since 1906, when holiday makers and week-end picnickers enjoyed the hot summers and warm winter months.


The Sardine Fever
In June, when the sardines arrive, billions of tiny fish attract thousands of dolphins, sharks, game fish and birds. From dolphins frolicking in the waves to plunge-diving gannets. Thousands of bottlenose dolphins migrate up the coast from the Cape and this migration occurs at the same time as the annual sardine run. A truly unique and magnificent marine phenomenon, a fascinating and unforgettable experience. One of the most popular vantage points and sein-netting hotspots is Warner Beach. A fishermen`s paradise

Here it is very difficult to fish for any length of time without catching anything!! Cold water species such as Galjoen, Salmon and Garrick are caught alongside warm-water species such and Kingfish, Queenfish, Barracuda and Grunter. Certain fish can only be caught in season and when the Shad are running in late winter there is only standing room.

If you want to relax and soak up the sun, go swimming or surfing in the warm Indian Ocean or go fishing along the coastline, then this is where you kick off the shoes, choose a luxury beach front self catering apartment right on the beach with spectacular sea-views or enjoy a dazzling experience at our top bed and breakfast establishments. If you prefer the fresh air you can pitch your tent or park your caravan in one of the caravan parks of Winklespruit or Illovo.


For more information on the town Amanzimtoti, please visit www.amanzimtoti.org.za

Directions
From Durban Airport, travel south on the South Coast highway [N2], take the off-ramp left into Joyner Road. At the first traffic lights, turn right into Kingsway, cross the river; continue up the hill and take the first left into Golf Course Road and the golf course is straight ahead.












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