Contact the Proshop for all golf bookings, corporate golf days and special events:

GREEN FEES Rates Are Applicable From 1 Dec 2023 - 30 Nov 2024

Gowrie Farm Golf Course is open to Members and Guests

Gowrie VisitorR 550R300
Visitor Special (Sun PM & All day Monday)R400R300
Juniors (Sun & Weekdays excl. PH)R150R100
Juniors (Saturdays & PH)R300R200
Golf Cart HireR480R300
Pull TrolleysR80R50
Buckets of Balls (Full Bucket)R60
Club HireR350R250
Comp Fee (if elected by players – Friday Afternoon)R100


Reciprocity rates are available to Gowrie Members at Cotswold Downs, Kloof, and Randpark clubs and vice versa. Please contact the Pro Shop for more information. 


  • All golfers are to wear traditional golf attire with white socks or socks that are colour-coded with the player’s dress.

  • Slow play detracts from all players' enjoyment of the game. To this end, we request that 9-holes be played in 2 hours, and 18-holes in 4 hours 20 mins.

  • Please repair pitch marks, fill divots, and leave bunkers and greens in the condition that you would like to find them.

  • Our Liquor Licence does not permit alcohol on the golf course. We request that players not consume any liquor on our course.


At Gowrie Farm, we believe that golf is best enjoyed as a walking game. It is how golf has been played for hundreds of years, and we believe it is the best way to experience our golf course. Feel the grass under your feet, soak up the light breeze, and take in the magnificent views. That being said, we do offer golf carts for your convenience. Please enquire or book with the Proshop on 073 346 0847.


  • Please ensure that golf carts are driven with respect for the course and other golfers.

  • Carts must remain on the cart paths where possible and at all times must be at least 20 metres from any green.
  • Kindly avoid driving on the tees and slopes around the tees. Only golfers with a valid driver’s license may drive carts on the course.
  • No more than 2 carts may be used in any fourball. Anyone breaching these rules may be given a warning. Should the person persist, then they may be removed from the course by the Golf Director or Course Marshall.