The Belmont Golf Club is situated in the Belmont Valley farming community about 7kms outside of Grahamstown.
The course boasts 18 beautiful holes of which 12 are on the western side of the Belmont Valley road and 6 on the eastern side of the road. With the Kowie River lined by decade old gigantic Oak trees meandering through the course, and the distant call of a Fish Eagle, The Belmont golf course is fast becoming known as the hidden gem of the Eastern Cape golf world.
Built on an old farm, traditional Eastern Cape bush was put to good use. There is a distinct difference between the course on the eastern side of the road which provides some panoramic views over the crop fields & dairy farms towards Grahamstown, and the western side which features the river, upper slopes of the valley and numerous Oak and other trees which provide home to over 100 different bird species including our logo The Crowned Hornbill.
The Clubhouse restaurant is a popular hangout for families. There’s a jungle gym for the kids, a practice putting green and driving range. Grab a pizza and beer and enjoy the spectacular sunsets at The Belmont while watching the final players make their way up to the 18th green.