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Situated in the heart of the Gaborone city, only a thrown stone distance away from the Gaborone Sun and the University of Botswana lays the Gaborone Golf
Club.

Gaborone Golf Club offers visitors an 18 hole African bushveld golf course with clubhouse, bar, swimming pool, driving range and enclosable patio area.

GABORONE GOLF CLUB
The Club has a wonderfully relaxed feel about it and the members make visitors fell very welcome.A private caterer runs the halfway house and restaurant.

Membership application forms are available from the management office and from the staff member in the club foyer.

The application requires a current member proposer and seconder and that the applicant is introduced to at least two committee members.

Members are given preference for Saturday competitions and all visitors must be signed into the bar by a member.

Visiting golfers pay an additional P50-00 with their green fees that gives them temporary membership for the day and use of the club facilities.

There are over 80 species of birds and a wide variety of small mammals and reptiles.
PHAKALANE GOLF ESTATE
Phakalane Golf Estate Hotel Resort is situated within the municipal boundary of Botswana's capital city, Gaborone, and only 15 km's from the city centre.

The multi-million Clubhouse and the international standard 18-hole golf course offers the corporate and leisure traveler a host of activities in grandiose style.



A variety of golf, conference and private function packages and function venues are available to suit your requirements.

Should you merely wish to unwind and enjoy our social facilities, join us for a couple of refreshments in our @ The Office Bar overlooking the 18th hole and one hectare dam before a fine dining experience in our Drotsky's Restaurant.

JWANENG GOLF CLUB
The Jwaneng golf course is famous for its demanding terrain.

Perhaps the most challenging golf course in the whole of Botswana with its clustered giant trees
that have become natural barriers.
It is a sandy course and this is not surprising since Jwaneng is in the Khalahari desert. The terrain also has a stream running through it which has also become a nightmare to golfers coming here as they must manuevre around the stream.

The club was named after the mining town Jwaneng and was built on the diamonds mining company’s land and is also maintained by the mine, Debswana. It was built by the mine as a recreational facility.



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