Parkview Golf Club
|Parkview Golf club was founded in 1916 and has the proudest of histories, not least due to the eminence of some of its members.|
Sir Evelyn Wallers (1876 - 1934), who obtained the land upon which the fourth hole is located, was three times president of the Transvaal Chambers of Mines.
Eric Sturgess, who won two Wimbledon titles and was SA Tennis Singles Champion eleven times joined the club in 1954 which became a second home for him.
Springbok golfer Dave Symons joined the club in 1953, and was club champion on no less than 16 occasions, also winning one of the club's four major competitions in five successive decades. He represented South Africa 15 times, and won the SA Amateur in 1967.
Parkview also (uniquely) has an all female Club Professional staff.
Parkview Golf Club has become legendary for its spriti and camaraderie, and has drveloped a reputation for being a wonderfully friendly "watering hole".