About Prince’s Grant

Prince’s Grant Coastal Golf Estate, established in 1994, has matured into one of the most prestigious residential Estates in KwaZulu-Natal. Reclaimed from a sugar cane monoculture, it was replanted with over 100 000 indigenous trees and plants, to recreate the natural biodiversity of the area. This resulted in the Estate being recognised as a Site of Conservation Significance by the KwaZulu-Natal Ezemvelo Wildlife Department. The original vision of developer Guy Smith has blossomed into a spectacular reality for both residents and visitors.

Our Commitment to the Environment

An ongoing drive to promote sustainable activities and recycling has led to the development of an eco-friendly waste management policy that includes composting, glass crushing, wood chipping and sorting and recycling of household waste. The recycled products are then utilized on the Estate-for example crushed glass is used as aggregate in all concrete works on the Estate.

History of Prince’s Grant

The Development of the Golf Course