Maccauvlei Golf Club was established in 1926. The original architect was George Peck. The finishing touches were credited to Major S.V.Hotchkin in 1929, one of an illustrious trinity of British course designers, who was responsible for Humewood in Port Elizabeth.
Facilities and The Pro Shop
Players arriving at Maccauvlei are introduced to a country setting with the old traditional club house offering first class facilities in the halfway house, the bar and change rooms.
Players register at the Pro shop which is fully equipped with the latest golfing attire and a resident Pro is available for tuition and advice.
A driving range is also at the course and practice balls are available from the Pro Shop.
Caddies and golf carts can also be reserved at the Pro Shop.
Accommodation for the visitor is found adjacent to the club within walking distance and offers various seminar facilities as well.
There is no longer a “next stop Maccauvlei”, but the Dormy House, which once provided an overnight stop for the Prince of Wales in 1925, and used as a training camp for officers in World War 11, adjoins the 10th hole. The centre is built around the classic architecture of the original buildings, and offers all modern technical aids, fine cuisine, accommodation, which includes rooms and chalets in a garden setting, and recreational facilities – not least golf, for large or small groups.
A most agreeable introduction to the charms of the course.
Corporate Golf days
Company days are a great way to say thank you to your valued customers, and we can do that for you in beautiful country surroundings. We take care of everything leaving you to enjoy yourself and spend time with your guests. We cater for all, from the casual to the regular golfer, large or small groups, and most important we can accommodate you any day of the week.