Orkney Golf Course, Orkney
Orkney Golf Course, Scott Avenue, Orkney, North West Province, South Africa / Orkney Golf Course is a tree-linked parkland course with undulating greens. It has thirty-one bunkers and five water features as well as the Vaal river, which runs parallel to the 8th, 9th,10th and 11th holes. It has full facilities including a franchised restaurant. Wildlife includes squirrels, yellow mongoose and sightings of fish eagles and giant herons.
Orkney has produced many stars throughout the years. These include Simon Hobday, Jannie Le Grange, Peter Charles "Whitey" White, recently deceased veteran professional John Mabe and recently turned professional, Jeff Inglis. Whitey White played off a plus seven handicap before he moved to Kimberly in 2000. He is now again a member by us. He won the world Police championships twice and was runner-up on two occasions.
There have been many long standing trophies at Orkney. In 1940, the first Pollak Cup was played for by two teams form Western Reefs gold mine. It was actually first played for at Pollak Park before it was moved to Orkney. The trophy is still played for every year, as are the Directors and Haggard cups, which also date from the early forties. The club has strong men and ladies league sides which represent us well in the North West leagues. In the nineties, Gary Player played with the members in several sponsored days. The Pro shop is run by Barries Cornelius who is also the resident teaching Professional.
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Orkney Golf Course is a tree-linked parkland course with undulating greens.
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