Cullinan Golf Course is laid out like a parkland amidst small peaks in the bushveld. The Premier Mine Golf Club was formed one memorable day in 1905 by a group of Premier Mine employees.
As early as 1954 the course was documented as the best 9-hole layout in South Africa and celebrated accordingly.
An update to the course was necessary in 1969 resulting in the club sending a letter to Bob Grimsdell (a well-known golf course architect) asking for advice. Changes were made resulting in a newly improved golf course for the pleasure of the club members. The contemporary course is much as it was after the changes were made in 1969.
In 2000 a greatly accomplished golfer in South Africa named Dale Hayes bought the golf course from Premier Mine resulting in the course being voted the best 9-hole golf course for the second time, within a year of the takeover.
Dale Hayes, along with his new partners, strive to prove that any day is a perfect day to golf at Cullinan golf course. The ample clubhouse offers a neighbourly atmosphere and combined with the extravagant golf course can make any golf lovers heart race with excitement.
Tom Watson communicated these wise words: “No other game combines the wonder of nature with the discipline of sport in such carefully planned way. A great golf course both frees and challenges a golfer’s mind.”