Cullinan Golf Estate
Cullinan Golf Estate nestles amongst the koppies in the bushveld, only a 30-minute drive from Pretoria. The picturesque course was rated as the fifth best nine-hole course by Compleat Golfer magazine in 2007. Originally part of the De Beers owned mine, the golf club celebrated its centenary in 2005. Renowned course architect and designer Bob Grimsdell renovated the course back in the 50’s.
Although it’s a nine-hole golf course it has 18-tee boxes and lush Kikuyu fairways. Trees and numerous water features make Cullinan’s parkland layout one of the country’s most appealing. The holes are superbly designed, winding between the huge trees that have existed on the property for the 100 years that the golf club has been in existence. There is a practice putting green, charming old clubhouse and an upmarket new golf course development.
One of the tee boxes on the fourth hole is halfway up the side of a mountain, which affords players a beautiful view of this par-five, the golf course and sprawling valley. The last hole on both nines is a spectacular lilac carpeted uphill par-four towards the clubhouse when the Jacaranda trees are in full bloom.
|Affiliated members||R 131|
|Non-affiliated members||R 186|
Recognised golf shoes with soft spikes only. Belted golf slacks or bermuda shorts, with zippered fronts. Anklets may be worn with shorts. Collared shirts with short or long sleeves.
Smart casual i.e. slacks or tailored jeans with collared shirts, shoes and socks.
- Nine-hole golf course
- Fitted ladies and gents locker rooms
- Halfway house
- Function room
- Pro shop
- Teaching academy
- Driving range
- Chipping greens with practice bunkers
This charming clubhouse offering small to medium conferences, informal bar lounges for residents and visitors. The clubhouse is the focal point of the golf course and has much history within its walls, which is felt on arrival.
Conferences / Functions
A 50-seat hall has been incorporated into the main clubhouse structure for the benefit of golfing or corporate functions.
Take the N1 north to Pietersburg and then take the off-ramp onto the N4 to Witbank. At the Cullinan / Rayton off-ramp turn left off the highway and drive through Rayton. After travelling approx 12 kilometres, turn left at a fourway stop towards Cullinan town. After approx 100 metres after rugby fields turn right towards the clubhouse entrance.