The Bluff National Park Golf Club is the only 18-hole course on the Bluff. Caddies and carts are available, as is a pro-shop. Professional coaching is available on request.
The club has a bar and members’ lounge which overlooks the putting green. It is capable of accommodating a full field of 120 golfers for sponsored days. The lounge is equipped with a state of the art big screen for the screening of major national and international sporting events. The venue is also used for social gatherings and bingo evenings. Half Way House is the club restaurant and is known to be the best value for money throughout the golf clubs in Durban.
The club forms part of a national park and the natural environment of the course has been preserved as far as possible – which encourages abundant bird life.
The Golf course:
The course is relatively flat with generous fairways – but it is none the less a challenging course, especially when the prevailing south-west wind blows. There are a number of holes on the layout in which the strategically placed water comes into play, both off the tees, as well as when approaching the greens. The greens are, on the whole, large and reward good approaches. The toughest hole on the course is the 17th, where the players have to negotiate the water twice.
- Par on 18 holes: par 72
- Length of 18 Holes: 6381m
- Course designer: Alan Barnard