Come home to The Clarens Golf Estate and leave behind the rush of the commercial world. Nestled in the foothills of the Maluti Mountains on the edge of the dramatic Golden Gate nature reserve in the Eastern Free State, Clarens is fast becoming the perfect place to escape to for peace, tranquility and breath-taking beauty.
The Clarens Golf Estate sits quietly in a valley with spectacular scenery and is just is 2½ hours by car from both Johannesburg and Durban. The estate features a country style 18-hole golf course. The area is rich with fossils, and the surrounding sandstone mountains, often dusted with snow during the winter months, are multi-coloured geological wonders.
The first annual Clarens Open was played over the weekend. At first rain seemed imminent but it held out to result in a beautiful day of competitive Golf. Visiting players from nearby Golf Clubs and Johannesburg all spoke highly of an event already marked down in their calendar for next year! The Clarens Open was founded to help make [...]read more
Course will be operating 7 days a week from 16 December until 6 January during School Holidays. On days before and after Public Holidays the operating hours have been adjusted to give staff well needed time with Family and Friends. December 24th: Course Open until 12h00 for tee off. Bar closes at 15h00. December [...]read more
Wednesday 4th: Club IPS Friday the 3th: Friday Meat 9 Holes Saturday the 7th: Clarens Open Championship Wednesday 11th: Club IPS Friday the 13th: Friday Meat 9 Holes Wednesday the 18th: Club Christmas Golf Day Thursday the 19th: Caddie Championships Friday the 20th: Friday Meat 9 Holes Wednesday 25th: Course Closed Friday the 27th: Friday Meat 9 Holesread more
All 18 holes meander along and across the tranquil river and its splendid series of dams and cascading waterfalls.
The manicured Kikuyu fairways and Bent Grass Greens are framed by mature Willow and magnificent Lombardi poplar trees, and great care has been taken to ensure that each round of golf you play will be more memorable than the one before.