Amanzimtoti Country Club

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Year Opened1915
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GreensBent grass

The Amanzimtoti Country Club was first opened in March 1915. Originally named Isipingo Golf Club, this superb coastal golf course is situated along the Kwa-zulu Natal South Coast, South Africa.
The course is a conservancy and hosts a large variety of bird species along its coastal and river areas, such as Pelicans, Cormorants and Fish Eagles and a variety of smaller species of birds, buck and monkeys.

Over R1m has been spent on upgrading course equipment to ensure the course is kept in excellent condition. Ongoing changes are also being made to the course eg. new bunkers, lengthening of the tees, tree planting etc..

The course is flat and easy to walk but has a few challenging holes that require straight driving. The feature hole is the 16th with a +/-180m. Carry over the river doglegging left to a well bunkered raised green.

There was great rivalry between Umbogintwini Country Club and Toti Country Club and it was a sad day when Twini closed its doors for the last time. Many members joined Toti and with their help and financial backing Toti once again move forwards.

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