The Kimberley Golf Course is situated in Kimberley in the Northern Cape Province, South Africa.
The course is an 18-hole, 71 par parklands golf course. The course is 6 229 metres in length.
Designed by the late Bob Grimsdell, the course is particularly player friendly, flat but challenging. It is somewhat of a Jekyll and Hyde quality with a distinct green summer appearance and a contrasting white winter look. In its’ early years, Cecil John Rhodes was one the Clubs first members and more recently the course was the location of Ernie Els’s maiden pro victory back in 1990.
The Golf Course is also home to the annual “Barney Barnato Festival of Golf”, held in October each year.
Green fees vary from between R80 and R200. Prices are subject to change so it is recommended that interested parties contact the Golf Course directly.
The Golf Club is open Tuesday to Sunday and closed on Monday. Visitors welcome every day.
Kimberley experiences rainfall mainly in the summer months with the highest occurring in February and March.
Summer months, November to March will have average temperatures of between 17˚C and 32˚C.
Winter months, May to August will have average temperatures of between 0˚C and 17˚C.
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