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by: By Hazendal on: December 21, 2021

A Guide to Playing Hazendal’s New Golf Course

Hazendal’s new golf course has been causing quite a stir among Capetonian golfing aficionados and visiting golf enthusiasts alike since the greens first opened early in 2021, and to be honest, we weren’t all that surprised.

Hazendal Golf Course, Western Cape, South Africa

Hazendal’s new golf course has been causing quite a stir among Capetonian golfing aficionados and visiting golf enthusiasts alike since the greens first opened early in 2021, and to be honest, we weren’t all that surprised.

Here’s what you need to know about playing golf at Hazendal and why the world-class par-3 course gained instant popularity.

The Hazendal golf course design and layout

Hazendal’s new golf course is an expertly designed and manicured par-3 short course, with large, tricky greens that feature many undulations to challenge golfers of all skill levels. The course is relatively short but calls for incredible accuracy with short irons, especially when conditions are windy.

Hazendal Golf Course, Western Cape, South Africa

Expect thick roughs that put short-game skills to the test, as well as bentgrass greens that make for a beautifully smooth putting surface that’s receptive to spin and holds the true line of a putt to a T.

The surrounding scenery and natural setting of the Hazendal golf course are also something quite spectacular. Think pockets of conserved natural vegetation, indigenous trees and distant mountain views. In short - awe-inspiring.

“The Hazendal golf course is a fantastic option for golfers who want to enjoy a great game, but don’t want to take too much time doing so. A course like this should not take longer than 2 hours to play. It is also easier for juniors and beginners, and is conducive to learning all the intricacies of the game regardless of its length,” says Lana Orgovanyi, Hazendal Golf Manager.

Opening hours

Summer hours at the new Hazendal golf course are as follows:

  • Tuesday to Thursday: 07:00 - 18:00
  • Friday and Saturday: 06:30 - 18:30
  • Sundays: 06:30 - 17:30

Facilities available at Hazendal’s new golf course

The Hazendal golf course offers shower facilities, as well as storage facilities for personal items, and a kiosk for beer, wine and soft drinks. The aptly-named Halfway House also offers light bites and snacks such as tacos, subs, sliders and mini pizzas, as well as kid-friendly fare for younger players.

But wait, there’s more...

The Burrow Driving Range at Hazendal is ideal for when the weather is wet or you want to focus on your short game. It’s also a great option for non-golfers who want to enjoy an active day out or fun team-building events for corporate groups.

Featuring InRange AI technology, the range is suitable for golfers of all ages and skill levels. The facility boasts 32 hitting bays, including 14 undercover bays, as well as 18 open-air bays. Players also have access to 80m a pitching area with two bunkers, two chipping greens and a large practice green that also has bentgrass to facilitate a consistent experience.

The Burrow Driving Range at Hazendal

Green fees

For 18 holes, the fees for visitors are as follows:

  • Visitor over 25: R220
  • Visitor 25 and younger: R100

For three holes, a fee of R30 applies to everyone. However, this option is only applicable from 16:30 daily.

There are also various bundle deals on offer for occasional players who want to enjoy full access to the Hazendal golf facilities. This includes:

  • Member for a month: R1500 gets you 20 x buckets of 50 balls each, access to the short-game facility, as well as 4 rounds of 18 holes.
  • Member for a day: R350 gets you 200 practice balls, including InRange+ single player outside of peak times, access to the short-game facility, as well as 1 round of 18 holes.

In terms of equipment hire, the fees for 18 holes are as follows:

  • Member electric golf cart: R170
  • Non-member electric golf cart: R230
  • Member electric trike: R150
  • Non-member electric trike: R190
  • Pull trolleys: R80
  • Golf clubs: R180

Corporate package options are also available for companies that want to treat their employees, customers or exco teams to a golf experience at Hazendal. Tailormade golfing experience packages can also be arranged to accommodate special requests.

How to book

Bookings for the Hazendal golf course are done online by means of the My Club Account platform. Click here to check availability and book your game.

There you have it - the ins and outs of playing at Hazendal’s new golf course.

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If you have any further questions about this world-class, par-3 course feel free to get in touch with the Hazendal golf team to learn more.

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