Golf Village Visitors

Feel like a practice session at your favourite golf driving range, or brand new to the game and you need someone to hold your hand through the early stages? Take advantage of our facilities and you’ll get exactly what you need. Our focus is on your golf game to ensure that we replicate all the facilities you’ll need to prepare yourself for the golf course. Entry gives you unlimited balls! All membership benefits are included with a visitors pass. Meaning you can get free access to all the master classes presented on the day of your visit! Get ypour driving range day pass today!

Driving Range Facilities & Rates

If you’re new to the game, please don’t feel intimidated by golf. It’s a place for you to let go and relax-don’t let factors such a the golf terminology put you off the wonderful game. We’re here to help you feel at ease, so that when you hit that course – you’ll be ready! As a day guest, you get full access once you enter the facility to practice your golf.

Facilities Include

  • Unlimited balls
  • Driving Range
  • Putting Green
  • Bunkers
  • Chipping
  • Pitching

Visitor Rates

  • Adults R139
  • Students and Pensioners R109

VKV Kids Village

  • Adults R50
  • Kids R40

Golfing Terminology:

The most important terms to know in the game of golf:

Bogey “when the number of strokes taken to sink the ball in a hole exceeds the par by one, as in a score of 5 on a par four hole.”
Birdie “score of one under par on a hole; one stroke less than par.”
Eagle “two strokes less than par”
Par “the number of strokes recommended to be taken to complete a hole, either a three, four or five.”
alignment “Position of the ball in relation to the initial target”
Over clubbing “this is using a club that will hit the ball farther than necessary”
Ace “term used to refer to when a golfer makes a hole in one hit”
Tee “the wooden peg used to hold the ball up for driving. Also refers to the area where playing begins on a particular hole”
Caddie “the person involved in carrying the golfer’s bag around the golf course”
Approach “the shot taken by a player from the fairway to the green”
Cup “also the hole; the round hole on each green”
Drive “the used to describe a golfer’s first stroke from the tee box on every hole”
Away “refers to the ball that lies farthest from the cup when two or more golfers are playing”
Putt “any shot taken by a putter when you are on the green”
Fringe “the thin strip of slightly longer grass that separates the surrounding rough from the green”
Hacker “a slang term referring to a person who is not very good at golf”
Fairway “long stretch involving a neatly maintained grass which runs between the green and the tee box”
Fore “warnings that are send by players afraid a hit ball might strike the person on a course”
Handicap “a system used to rate the average number of strokes above par a player scores in one round of golf”
Back swing “the motion involving the club and every element of the body in taking the club away from the ball then setting it in position at the top of the back swing from where the club can be delivered to the ball at the point of impact”
Explosion shot “technique used by a golfer to hit the ball out of a sand trap”
Boundaries “markers along the fairways used to indicate the field of play”
Rhythm “coordination of movement during the putting stroke or golf swing”
Round Robin “a tournament in which players or teams play against other teams, the winner is the team or player that is accumulating the highest number of points”
Sky “a high shot as a result of the club head striking the underside of the ball”
Club house “a building at the golf course where players go for refreshments”

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