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.
Teaming up with the Business League, the local qualifier and fund raiser for the Sanlam Cancer Challenge was held on 25 June. Three players qualified to represent The Clarens Golf Estate at the regional finals. They are Francois Schoeman, Janice Brownlee and John Matchett. The Clarens Golf Estate managed to raise in excess of R8000 [...]read more
On Wednesday 25 June the Business League played the third leg of this competition. It was a combined competition with the Sanlam Cancer Challenge. With great prizes up for grabs the players battled it out, only to find some teams still remain too strong. Hard work now lays ahead of the following pack should they [...]read more
Wednesday saw the Business League players gather for yet another round of competitive fun. The competition is getting tight and the player participation is growing every month. Sir Henry’s are still setting the pace with another magnificent effort, 96 points. They have taken a firm grasp of the lead, but the other teams are still [...]read 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.