From Pierre's desk

We keep moving forward
On the 7th of November 2022, we will celebrate our 30th birthday as a golf club. Like a lot of estate courses, we are relatively young when you compare us to the Durban Country Clubs and Royal Cape's of South Africa. I believe for such a young club we have a rich tradition of events, tournaments and have done very well to improve our facilities over the years.

Over the next 30 years, our club and estate will continue to grow and go from strength to strength. One of our homeowners Tanya Cromme, surprised us with a few pictures this week. It is evident in the pictures that San Lameer changed quite a bit over the last 30 odd years.

I took a picture this morning from the clubhouse from a similar angle and the changes are evident.
Those small palm trees around the 9th green are a lot bigger today and have become a feature on our signature hole. The San Lameer Logo is still behind the 9th green and will continue to be a feature on the 9th for many years to come.
It just shows that although the estate, golf course and clubhouse change over time, that there will always be a couple of landmarks on the estate to remind us of how it all started. Today we are one of the premium resorts in the country and San Lameer country club is a bucket list item for many golfers.

Thank you for the images, Tanya.

A busy weekend ahead

This weekend will be a busy one for us on the estate. Please click on my video below for more information on all of the activities planned.
Next week we will start our overseeding programme as the Paspalum Grass will become dormant due to the cooler weather. We will oversee our greens with our winter grass “ POA Trivialis”. We do this to ensure that our greens continue to roll well over winter, and over time we have built a reputation for having the best greens in KZN over the winter months.

Thank you to Clinton and his team for always ensuring our golf course is in great shape.

Have a great long weekend

Happy golfing


14th of April 2021
Wednesday Competition

Individual Stableford
Place Name Handicap Points
1st Leonardo Kyriacou 10 38
2nd Stephen Matthews 10 37
3rd Place Nita Dreyer 10 35 C/I

Nearest to the pin

Hole #4: Kobus De Lange
Hole #14: Robbie Robinson

21st of April 2021
Wednesday competition

Betterball stableford

Place Name Handicap Points
1st Frans Klopper
Hennie Dirker
2nd Anton Hauptfleisch
Peter Ray
43 C/I
3rd J Roos
M Anthony
43 C/O

Nearest to the pin
Hole #9: Gary Purtell
Hole #16: Mike Anthony

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