Course 1: Parkland layout with many exotic trees, formerly known as Huletts CC, until it was converted to a residential estate in the early 90’s. The course begins with four shortish holes, then builds in strength right to the finish. Signature Hole Amen Corner at Mount Edgecombe runs from the par-five 14th to par-four 16th, three excellent holes (in the sandwich is a par 3) where water comes into play around the green or with the tee shot. The 16th demands a long carry over water to reach the fairway.
Course 2: New course opened at the end of ’97, undulating and different from the estate’s No. 1 course, with indigenous bush in places, although it also has its share of imposing water hazards, it has its own small club house overlooking the Pani Dam where fish eagles can be spotted.
Signature Hole Two particularly tight holes, the eighth and ninth, run alongside the Pani Dam to complete the front nine. Water guards the left side of the holes, and indigenous bush the right, demanding accuracy off the tee.