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Cornerstone Nursery Junior Meesters: 15 Jan 2015 (Wellington Gholf Klub)



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Wellington Golf Club was established in 1908, a well manicured 9 hole golf course with a membership of 625 and a par 72 rating.

The club is well known for its warm hospitality and casual facilities, for its members and visitors. The facilities include a lounge hall with its own bar for private and social events.

To celebrate its centenary in 2008, four new greens were established. The surrounding mountains are visible from most parts of the golf course and adds to a tranquil and serene atmosphere while enjoying a challenging golf course.

The club is committed to junior golf and works closely with the Boland Golf Union in its various programmes and also making its various facilities available to the local schools.  

Location

Wellington, steeped in history and tradition, has a magical atmosphere that will captivate you once you discover the town, its people and its myriad of attractions. Originally known as Limiet Vallei (border or frontier valley), the area became known as Val du Charron or Wagenmakersvallei (Valley of the Wagon Maker) towards the end of the 17th century when the French Huguenots settled here. After the eventual establishment of the town in 1840, the name was changed to Wellington in honour of the renowned soldier and conqueror of Napoleon at the battle of Waterloo.

Nestling at the foot of the Groenberg, the town lies in a picturesque valley on the banks of the Kromme River with the majestic Hawekwa mountains silent sentinels on its eastern border. The town is a mere 45 minutes' drive from Cape Town and within easy reach of all the other Boland towns.