The clubhouse from the 9th green
A Baobab tree by the first tee is there to bring you good luck on your round!
Our atmospheric Clubhouse
First built in 1962, it has a colonial feel that modern members wish to preserve
Lunch in the garden
Our catering offers a simple but tasty selection
Entering the golf course
The course is sometimes closed to visitors on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons when members and their guests enjoy competition
The 1st tee - 405 yards, par 4
This tee and first part of this fairway is shared by hole 10 (par 4, 425 yard SI 1)
2nd Hole 160 yards par 3
The irrigation project began in 2009. Members, several corporate sponsors and the Senior Golfing Society of Kenya have brought the system to this level. More to come!
3rd Hole - 535 yards - par 5
The long and winding road takes you to par, or bogey... or worse!
3rd green after 'El Nino' rains in 2009
Kenya has two rainy seasons; April-June known as the long rains and October-November known as the short rains.
4th tee - 106 yards, par 3
The tee shot is through a tunnel within the forest
The 5th fairway winds around the wetlands
The lakes fill in the rainy seasons. In 2009, we were joined by a rogue hippo. He stayed for 4 weeks but failed to pay his Monthly Subscription so was asked to leave!
5th fairway - 470 yards, par 5
The hole passes the largest of the wetland lakes and the approach is over a tough water hazard.
6th tee - 430 yards, par 4
Ever green Neem trees frame many holes on the course.
A raised and flat Green - only 150 sqm - makes a challenging approach
Hole 6 is tough to reach in two shots
Chip and putt for par is often the way.
7th green - par 3, 175 yards
Played from a different tee, this sloping green will be played again as your 16th hole (par 3, 215 yards).
The brook flows from one pond to another, features to holes 8 and 17
The ponds and the brook were sponsored by a group of Italian friends of the Club.
8th Hole - 305 yards - par 4
The approach over a brook... walk the Swilikan replica bridge to the Green.
8th (and 15th) green - hole 8 is a 325 yard, par 4 - dogleg over the brook
The green is shared with hole 15 (par 5, 535 yards).
9th hole - 400 yards, par 4
A Flamboyant in bloom beside the fairway.
10th tee - 425 yards, par 4
Stroke Index 1, the toughest hole on the course where a bogey is a good result.
The 11th tee - 180 yards, par 3
Tee it up - to a downhill green.
11th green - par 3, 180 yards
The irrigation project continues; all greens now watered twice a day.
Hole 12 - 510 yards, par 5
From the summit of the dunes, and with views out to sea, the chance for an heroic drive to a fairway below.
12th fairway after rain
Our club encourages junior golf with this young man now playing off a single figure h/c.
12th - 510 yards, par 5
The approach to the green.
This raised green offers protection to a 500 yard par 5, reached in two by long hitters.
13th hole - 140 yards, par3
Surrounded by bunkers, a true test of play.
Hole 14 - 410 yards - par 4
The approach over a hazard to a well protected Green
Hole 15 - 525 yards par 5
A dog leg to the right makes this a strong hole
Looking through the Eucalyptus to 16th Tee
16th Green - 215 yards, par 3
Shared with 7th hole but played from a different tee... par here is a good result.
17th - 325 yards, par 4 with green close to water
The top pond receives water from one of three boreholes.
17th green - 325 yards, par 4
Beware the pond to the right of the green - a watery grave for many a golf ball.
Ladies 18th tee - 400 yards par 4
Refreshment after your round!
A quiet place to relax after play.
many Members and Visitors alike stay on and swop their stories... 'but for that missed putt, I would have....'.
A convivial place
For an evening drink in our garden
The Dado Cup
Kindly sponsored by Agnesi, this is our Stroke play championship. Walter Okoth took the title but Lorenzo, after a bad day, was our 'piga mingi'... he seemed pleased anyway!
Post competition dinner
with splendid fare from our kitchen
It is not only golf...
Two clay tennis courts are available to Members and Visitors and Bridge and Buracco are very popular events.
No carts at Malindi
We are proud walkers! But for two, an ingenious approach with electric cycles.