Prince's Grant Golf Estate

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View from 15th tee Box at prince's Grant over Indian Ocean
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Prince's Grant Golf Estate

1 Babu Bodasing Avenue, 4450 Stanger, South Africa

Phone: +27 32 482 0041, Fax: +27 32 482 0063

Golf Packages

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14-days-roundtrip South Africa November 2021

14-days-roundtrip South Africa November 2021

South Africa

Round Trip, 14 Nights and 7 green fees, 10.11. - 24.11.2021

from 6085,- per person Learn more


Distinguished by its world class 5 star golf course, 2km’s of private beach and serene natural setting, Princes Grant Coastal Golf Estate is situated just 30 minutes from King Shaka International Airport, and offering a wide variety of leisure activities, fine dining and superb 4 star accommodation. Construction of the golf course commenced in 1992, and it opened for play in June 1994. The course is a links / parklands layout, designed and constructed by Peter Matkovich. Since opening, Prince‘s Grant golf course has flourished just as the design team intended. With large greens and impressive fairways, and views to inspire, it creates a completely unique and challenging experience for any golfer.

The course has constantly been ranked as one of the top courses in the country. Princes Grant consistently ranks in the Top 25 courses and Top 5 Coastal Golf Courses in South Africa, and has recently been ranked 19th in SA and 3rd in KZN by the UK based company Best 100 Golf Courses in the World. It is one of 28 courses in SA where the golfer will receive a 5 star golf experience and has earned Platinum Status.

The Course

18-Hole Prince's Grant Course

Opened in 1994. Design: Peter Matkovich. Style: Parkland/Links.

Terrain: Hilly with water hazards

Yellow (Men)7270-6196 m
White (Men)7270-5861 m
Red (Women)7270-4986 m

Practice Facilities

  • Driving Range (10 tees)
  • Putting Green
  • Pitching Green
  • Chipping Green
  • Practice bunker


18-Hole Prince's Grant Course

Visitors are welcome every day.
Advance booking is essential - particularly on Mon-Fri.
Membership of a golf club is required.


Softspikes required.

No dogs allowed. Mobile phone not permitted on course.

GPS devices approved.

Green Fees

18-Hole Prince's Grant Course

Green FeeMon - FriSat, Sun, Holidays
18 Holes
RegularZAR 370 (20 €)ZAR 480 (26 €)
Seniors over 65ZAR 190 (10 €)ZAR 190 (10 €)
Hotel guestsZAR 220 (12 €)ZAR 295 (16 €)
Members of Other ClubsZAR 285 (15 €)ZAR 400 (22 €)
9 Holes
RegularZAR 225 (12 €)ZAR 305 (17 €)

Juniors up to the age of 18 and Students up to the age of 26 receive a 75% discount.
Seniors over 65 receive a 50% discount.

Driving Range

Monday - Sunday
Bucket (50 balls)ZAR 15 (1 €)


Club Amenities

  • Clubhouse
  • Conference room
  • Locker rooms
  • Outdoor pool
  • Children’s playground
  • Club accepts credit cards
  • Bar
  • Snack Bar


Mulligans Pub and Bunkers Restaurant
Phone: +27324820005, Fax: +27824820013
Credit cards accepted.

Pro Shop

Princes Grant Pro Shop
Phone: +27 (0)32 482-0041, Fax: +27 32 4820013


  • Clubs for hire
  • Trolley for hire
  • Electro-cart for hire
  • Caddy

Golf tuition

Frans Strauss
Phone: +27 823416142

The Club

General Information

Founded: 1994


MarketingMike McNamara+27 32 4820085
ProFrans Strauss+27823416142
Course ManagerMr Frans Strauss+27 32 4820041

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JanusHorn 1 Review

Stunning course

Having played Princes Grant a few times, I know the course pretty well.
Playing from different tee's, a little wind and the course is like somewhere you have never played before.
Electric golf cart is recommended as the walk is a long and hilly walk.
Stay on the fairway.
The 6th is a short par 5, but surrounded with bunkers at the back and water at the front with the green sloping towards the water.
The 15th is a stunning hole.
Hope the wind is mild as a strong wind could cost you a lot of shots.
One of my favourite courses in SA and the best view from the 19th.
A must play!

Akreczy 3 Reviews
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Tricky mountain and valley golf

Until about July 2020, only 9 holes are open on this course (1-9). Since the holes are mostly not easy to play, it does not hurt to play the same holes twice. Definitely take a cart, because it goes up and down constantly and sometimes long distances have to be covered between the holes. You should also have enough balls in your bag, as the course with numerous water hazards and inclined positions 'swallows' many balls. The signage of the individual holes is practically non-existent, there is no information about the length, the specification, etc. Also in the cart there is no GPS, so you either have to have good eyesight or your own measuring device.

Definitely not for beginners.

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mabi200 7 Reviews
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Very nice place played on 24.1.2018 (Hdcp 12 + 13)

A place with beautifully landscaped but sometimes difficult tracks.

We played the Mensday tournament on Wednesdays and therefore paid only 38 € for 2 people incl. Cart.

The course 15 (par 5 downhill in the Indian Ocean) was one of the most beautiful tracks we have ever played in 30 years Would play the course again at any time.
Clubhouse outside and inside in Old-English style - a bit outdated but nice.
At the friendliness in the Pro Shop you can still work

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