A Golf Hole with a view.

Southbroom Golf Club on the South Coast of Kwazulu Natal in South Africa has a very unique fourth hole. The tee off area is located on the very edge of the breaking sea. Many a golfer will take an old ball and send it flying deep into the sea. The breakers strike the base of the tee box at high tide and the view looking north in the morning is stunning.


The south view of the hole gives a deceiving view of a short hole, if the wind is against you an extra 40 metres can be added to the distance.

014  If you are ever in the area, take on this Golf Course and hope the day you choose, the wind is not too strong.

About bulldog

I am a semi retired Green Keeper, Golf Course designer, Course constructor, also an avid amateur photographer that loves to visit the South African Game Parks and take photos. My main aim is to improve with practice, and to capture as many of the Birds of the RSA on camera. Feel free to criticise, and comment, I'm open to all suggestions. But most of all enjoy what I have to offer from my beautiful country South Africa. As an ex Rhodesian I enjoy the bush life of South Africa and all it has to offer, birds and wild animals being my favourites. I have been lucky to have traveled fairly extensively, specially to those special places, our Game Parks. Golf Courses having been part of my employment has given me the chance to experience some of the different courses within the country of which I blog occasionally . I hope you enjoy what you find on my blogs, I do it for fun and as a way of recording what I've seen and experienced.

Posted on April 26, 2012, in Golf Related. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I have nominated you for the Lovely Blog Award, if you choose to accept please click below.

  2. You are definitely right about that view. No game is a bad game at that course.

  3. it’s the photos I like 🙂

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