When the Prince’s Grant Estate development was designed, it differed from most golf course estates in that the golf course took precedence and was given priority when the land was laid out for its final uses. The care and priority given to the design of the course is evident when looking at the magnificent fifteenth hole which occupies prime real estate that in most developments would probably have been allocated to housing. Peter Matkovich has skilfully worked the land and today we have a course which works in harmony with the surrounding natural environment.

Construction of the golf course commenced in 1992 and it was opened for play in June 1994. The clubhouse was officially opened by Hugh Baiocchi, our first Director of Golf, in November 1994. The residential Estate now consists of over 450 houses and plots, spread over 4 ridge lines overlooking the Indian Ocean and the championship golf course. There is a common thread running through the architecture of each home designed to bring a village feel to the Estate.

The Estate is managed by the Homeowner’s Association. This body is responsible for the maintenance, development and finances of the Estate, as well as for the commercial operations. In recognition of the excellent job done by this body, Prince’s Grant Coastal Golf Estate was named Best Golf Development in Africa in 2011 by the World Property Awards.

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