Mount Edgecombe Country Club - Durban
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KwaZulu-Natal is home to some of the most talked about golf courses and golf clubs in South Africa. Mount Edgecombe is just another example of the pristine, manicured stretches of land that have become synonymous with golfing pleasure. Playing golf in Durban gives rise to many options, both inland and coastal; Mount Edgecombe is a superior choice for inland dwellers, as well as coastal golfers who crave a different course and different environment. This particular Country Club is situated in the Mount Edgecombe Golf Estate, a divine real estate solution taking on the appeal of plantation style living. Residents of the Mount Edgecombe Golf Estate have the pleasure of waking up to serene surroundings everyday, and perhaps even taking in a few rounds of golf on their doorstep.
Mount Edgecombe was brought to life to celebrate golf in the inland areas of KwaZulu-Natal. Avid golfers at the time of its inception had to drive through sugar cane fields all the way to the coast to be able to get a game in, so this magnificent golf course became a solution to their dilemmas. Originally built as a 9 hole course, Mount Edgecombe Golf Club now boasts not one but two illustrious courses with 18 holes on each. Squash, tennis and bowls are also in-house features of the Mount Edgecombe Country Club, offering league teams in both tennis and squash. Conferences and functions are frequent affairs at Mount Edgecombe, taking full advantage of the facilities and exceptional service that is on offer. Varying group sizes can be catered to, and a full spectrum of expert assistance is available to ensure that the event or conference runs smoothly and effortlessly.
One of 4 venues can be chosen from to complete the perfect function at Mount Edgecombe Country Club. The Boar's Head is a world renowned bar that enjoys extensive view of the Mount Edgecombe Golf Estate, and has a beautiful deck that allows patrons to soak up the balmy Durban weather. The Weaver's Nest is a smaller and more intimate venue that caters for groups of up to 24, and also enjoys stunning views of the course. The Kingfisher Room has a stately bar and space for between 50 and 80 guests, ideal for weddings, special birthday celebrations or year end functions. And lastly, the Sandpiper Room with its vast size, is an ideal venue for events that cater for up to 250 people.
Mount Edgecombe Golf Club has a little of everything for every type of sports person. With its eco-friendly natural appeal, beautiful plantation style vegetation and colonial buildings, Mount Edgecombe Golf Estate is certain to take your breath away.
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