About the Club

Clubhouse and Pro-shop

The clubhouse features a well stocked bar and restaurant.

The pro-shop sells and rents golf equipment including clubs, golf balls, polo shirts and branded caps.  Club hire is presently Kshs 1,000/=.


Our Golf course is open to visitors on payment of a green fee (presently Kshs 2,500/= for 18 holes, Kshs 1,500/= for 9 holes) plus a Daily Membership fee of Kshs 300/=.  

Driving Range

Visitors are welcome to use our new driving range on payment of a Kshs 500/= fee plus a Daily Membership fee of Ksh 300/=.  The range has a covered facility making it easy to practice or take a lesson under shade.  Children are very welcome here.


The club has two clay courts which may be reserved by members and visitors in advance.  Current rates for the tennis are:

Kshs 500/= per hour for members, Kshs 800/= per hour for non-members

Kshs 200/= per hour for ball-boys


The club hosts over 30 full time caddies.  Members and visitors alike are asked to make use of their services as unemployment is a real problem in our area.  Caddies are paid Kshs 500/= for 18 holes and Kshs 300/= for 9 holes with a gratuity at the player's discretion.  Many players also take a fore-caddy to spot the wayward shots!

Our caddies are trained by the Club Professional and take great pride in knowing the rules and etiquette of the game.  They are also encouraged to play and on Sunday mornings, a weekly caddy competition is held.

Please support our caddies.


The Club regularly hosts Bridge and Burraco... please ask at Reception.

Management Committee

Year - 2016 - 2017:  

Chairman – Betty Bundoditch

Senior Member - Ignazio Vacarro

Vice Chairman – Trevor Barratt

Honorary Treasurer – TBA

Golf Captain – Stuart Eastwood

Vice Golf Captain – Dr Rakesh Rajpal

Lady Golf Captain – Luigina Bernini

Honorary Secretary - David Hopkins

House Member - Loredana Gallo

Green Keeper -  Stuart Eastwood


Kate Mwikali

Vincent Nyauche

Christopher Wilson