Golden Harvest Sport & Activities
For the experienced golfer, club days are Wednesday and Saturday mornings when a full set of 18 holes, or should we say 19, are played. Beginners, or those with less time to spare, are welcomed on Monday and Thursday morning for 9 holes. Regular competitions are held and there is a golf dinner and prize giving once a year. Can you imagine having your grandchildren visit you and enjoying a round of golf with them?
Golden Harvest has a very active bowls club and the green is kept in mint condition. Club days are Tuesday and Saturday afternoons with casual wear for Tuesday and whites for Saturday. Club competitions are held regularly followed by a braai or other social activity. New members of all abilities are welcome to try out their skills on a Friday afternoon and to make use of the wide variety of club bowls. Afternoon play ends in a friendly drink at the club bar
This is a lively group and all newcomers are made to feel at home immediately. The croquet lawn is a green oasis underneath spreading trees close to the entrance to the estate. Club days are Tuesday and Saturday mornings and spare mallets are available for anyone wanting to try their hand at the game for the first time.
A large swimming pool is available for the use of all residents and their guests. Because we have many small children coming to visit, the pool is fenced and there is a security lock. Changing rooms are available next to the pool and an outdoor chess game provides amusement for those looking for an intellectual challenge. The pool area is a tranquil oasis to soak up some sun or cool off in the afternoon heat.
A popular pastime is strolling through the convoluted lanes of the village, past the many small parks in the estate and meeting people for a quick chat. For those who want a longer walk, a wander across the golf coarse, past the orchard and the koi-pond and small herds of Blesbuck and Springbok is a option for the serious hiker. A jog along one of the many tracks crossing the estate will give you a good workout. For those who prefer cycling you have the option of 11 km paved and unpaved roads to cycle through the estate.
We have a on site hairdresser to look after you, here you have no excuse for having a bad hair day.
Manicurist/Pedicurist visits the Clinic on Mondays, treatments by appointment
If reading is part of your daily activity we have a library with a great variety of books as well as a big assortment of puzzles where building a puzzle becomes a social pastime.
If you are having friends or family visiting you and you do not have enough space for everyone you can have them stay over in our guest rooms at nominal rates.