Host of the 1996 World Cup of Golf, this is an estate golf course of two distinctly different nines. The front nine is on the flat, winding between the many houses in this part of the golf estate, while the back nine climbs up the lower slopes of the magnificent Helderberg mountain. Golfers are rewarded with breathtaking views of the coastline from the top holes. Your biggest test of nerve as a golfer comes on the par-four 17th hole, a great finishing hole that swoops downhill. You play from an elevated tee, with tall pines flanking one side of the fairway, and an out-of-bounds fence on the other side. The golfing green is long and narrow.