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Zimbali Country Club
Known as one of South Africa's most luxurious golf estate's; Zimbali Golf Estate is home to one of the most captivating and beautifully designed golf courses in South Africa. Zimbali Golf Course has become a part of its natural surroundings, slipping smoothly into the wild and sumptuous vegetation of the KwaZulu-Natal North Coast. Teeming with wildlife and beautiful plant life, the Zimbali Golf Estate is the perfect setting for 18 holes of golf, as well as the lifestyle that comes hand in hand with this widely appreciated sport.
Careful consideration went into the design and preparation of this Durban golf course. Nature was to remain as she stands, and no eco-systems were to be disturbed in the process of erecting this fine lifestyle arena. The mission was accomplished with the incorporation of ocean, forest, wetlands and contrasting natural terrain into the glorious experience that is Zimbali Golf Estate. The clubhouse was constructed in the colonial plantation style theme that is very prominent in the area, bringing the heritage of years of sugar cane farming into the focus of the design.
Aside from playing golf, members and visitors are able to partake in games of tennis; practice their putting skills on the putting green; drive a bucket full of balls on the driving range; lounge around the swimming pool; or simply take in the sunset from the bar or lounge area. The Eagle Restaurant is the resident eatery at Zimbali Golf Course, and serves delicious breakfasts and lunches. Corporate events, year end functions or special celebrations can be hosted here by pre-arrangement and will provide the most awe-inspiring venue for a successful and enjoyable event.
The essence of Zimbali Golf Estate and golf course considers every angle of service and customer appreciation. All of the desired elements that golfers aim to experience from their 18 holes are neatly rolled into one exceptional package at this beautiful golf club. It can be guaranteed that visitors and members will always walk away from Zimbali having enjoyed every moment of their day.