Theewaterskloof Golf Club

Golf Course - Restaurant - Pub

Theewaterskloof Golf Club on the Theewaterskloof Country Estate near Villiersdorp, in the Overberg. Spectacular views across the Theewaterskloof Dam and of the surrounding mountains, provide the perfect backdrop for enjoying a round of golf. The stunning 9-hole, 18-tee golf course has a choice of white or red tees to play. Alternatively, practise and improve your game without any pressure at Theewaterskloof Golf Club’s driving range. There is golfing equipment and a golf cart available to hire, as well as various membership options. The Halfway House restaurant and pub is open to the public and serves breakfast, lunch and drinks, seven days a week! Theewaterskloof Golf Club is available for private functions by arrangement and seats a total of 70 guests (35 inside and 35 outside).

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Situated on the Theewaterskloof Country Estate near Villiersdorp, Theewaterskloof Golf Club is only an hour's drive from Cape Town International Airport. 

Other distances to the club are 33 km from Franschhoek, 35km from Elgin, 50 km from Worcester and 30 km from Caledon. 

Vlooi, the club’s little mascot, is a Springbokkie that loves watching golf so do yourself a favour, and plan a trip to this fantastic golfing destination.


The Course

The Course

Theewaterskloof Golf Club has a stunning 9-hole, 18-tee golf course with a choice of white or red tees to play. 

Starting with stroke 5, par 5 from the clubhouse, the course takes a circular route around the country estate on the edge of the Theewaterskloof Dam. 

The route plays towards and next to the dam for the first 4 holes and then up and around the estate’s houses back to the clubhouse from the 5th hole to the 9th. 

Enjoy a meal or cold drink at the Halfway House restaurant and pub with light lunch items and full bar facilities available. Then continue for the 2nd 9-holes playing toward the same hole as the first 9 but from different tees delivering a different approach on each hole.

The course offers 5 par 5's, 5 par 3's and 8 par 4's.

Driving Range

Driving Range

Theewaterskloof Golf Club’s driving range overlooks the Theewaterskloof Dam by 170m at its maximum. 

From this spectacular vantage point, you can practise your golf swing technique in a range area that includes the following amenities:

  • Distance Markers
  • Clubs
  • Balls
  • Tees
Why Is It Called A Driving Range?

It’s called a driving range because golfers go there to practise their golf shots, which are usually drives. A drive is a long-distance shot that is meant to hit the ball down the fairway towards the green. Finding the best golf driver for beginners will help if you’re new to the game.

How Does A Driving Range Work?

If you are new to golf, a driving range is a nice place to go where you can practice and improve your game without any pressure. 

First, you have to purchase a bucket of balls. They usually come in small (30–50 balls), medium (50-80 balls), or large (80-150 balls). You can play using your golf clubs or in most cases, you can borrow them from the facility. 

Next, choose your spot. The area is wide open so make sure you plan if it’s a sunny day.

There are distance markers and targets set up for you to try and hit. 

When you’re finished, return the bucket to its designated area and any clubs you may have borrowed.



Theewaterskloof Golf Club’s fees are as follows:

Green Fees (9 Holes / 18 Holes)
  • Full Membership - R115 / R180
  • Affiliated Visitor - R180 / R290
  • Non-Affiliated Visitor - R255 / R400
  • Cart Hire - R220 / R360
Full Membership Fees (per annum)
  • Men - R4,190
  • Ladies - R3,890
  • Spousal - R7,230
  • Under 35 - R3,330
  • Under 25 - R2,425

Restaurant / Bar

Restaurant / Bar

  • Monday to Thursday 8:00 - 16:00 
  • Friday and Saturday 8:00 - 17:00 / 18:00
  • Sunday / Public Holidays 8:00 - 16:00

Theewaterskloof Golf Club’s restaurant and fully licensed bar, The Half-Way House, is open to golfers and visitors alike with an array of menu items to choose from.

Restaurant Menu (sit-down and takeaway)
  • Breakfast (daily, until 11:00)
  • Toasted Sandwiches
  • Burgers
  • Wraps
  • Strips
  • Schnitzels
  • Chips
  • Pizza (Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 13:00)
  • Dessert
  • Milkshakes
  • Hot Beverages
  • Soft Drinks
  • Full Bar
  • Corkage Fee - R30 Per Bottle
  • Wine
  • Beer
  • Cider
  • Spirits
  • Soft Drinks

Venue Hire

Venue Hire

Theewaterskloof Golf Club’s function venue is available for private events like intimate weddings, and business events (partial facility use or exclusive use by arrangement).

Venue Hire Amenities
  • Golf Course (by arrangement for fundraisers)
  • Catering (set menu and finger foods)
  • Bar (fully licensed)
  • Tables and Chairs (clients own account or can be arranged and added to the quote)



“A huge shout-out to the staff and management at Theewaterskloof Golf Club. The course was in immaculate condition. The friendly stall made us feel like part of the family. For anyone wanting an awesome golfing experience, this course is a must!”  David Herman
“What an amazing place to spend the day. Great course to play, but I was drawn to the clubhouse. They have a lovely simple menu and great food. I have been here a few times and the pizzas are my favourite. A special thanks to the team at Theewaterskloof Golf Club for the great service and warm friendly welcome.”  Timothy Steven Van der Merwe
“What a great course to play on my final few days in South Africa. We were greeted by a lovely lady at the Theewaterskloof Golf Club early in the morning. We had a great chicken burger after our first 9 holes and then as we having a drink at the 19th hole we bumped into a little springbok who was incredibly tame. It was a real pleasure to see the little one up so close. I highly recommend this golf course with its beautiful backdrop. I will be playing again and it was well worth the drive to see this little beauty of a course. It is only a 9-hole course playing off separate tee boxes but challenging enough for a first-time player to get in trouble if too confident on the second nine. Just as I discovered.”  Corey Osman



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