The golf course at Eshowe Hills Country Club was opened in 1907, it is now one of the oldest clubs in South Africa still playing on the original site.
The “new” course was designed by the legendary Bob Grimsdell in the 1950’s and has since been upgraded by European Masters Champion and multiple tournament winner, Jeff Hawkes. Great care has been taken to keep the “Grimsdell character” of the course
Set in the heart of Zululand, Eshowe is the oldest town of European settlement. Eshowe’s most well known attraction is the Dlinza Forest Aerial Boardwalk.
Along with the forest’s fauna and flora, visitors are able to spot the Green Coucal, Crowned Eagle, rare Spotted Thrush, Bushbuck, Duiker and many other forest creatures. Eshowe has been home to many Zulu Kings and has a fascinating history which is on display at the Old Fort Nongqayi found just outside of town. Eshowe Hills is a central point from which to explore Zululand with its beautiful beaches and Game Reserves and Zulu culture.