East London Golf Club is one of the oldest golf clubs in South Africa.
Regarded by all as a course every golfer should play, this delightful playing experience is set on fairways steeped in history. Many of history’s top golfing champions have walked the fairways and played in South Africa’s Championship Tournaments at East London.
The greens and bunker complexes underwent reconstruction in August 2007 steering the course towards the top-rated venue it is today.
A traditional course layout set amongst hills, dunes and coastal indigenous bush, East London Golf Club has a combination of both links and parkland features. The course is also home to a family of impala, resident on the course, the Knysna Loerie and other species of bird life.