Parkview’s golfers will be raising glasses throughout 2016 to celebrate its centenary year. In champagne and similar frosty libations, the tributes are being offered to a club pre-eminent among golfing establishments in South Africa, blending an illustrious history with an 18-hole parklands course that is today admired for the beauty of its fairways and greens, its well-appointed clubhouse and, most of all, the friendly camaraderie among its members.

Parkview has also been the nursery of much individual golfing prowess, not least of it the achievements of Arthur D’Arcy ‘Bobby’ Locke, four times the winner of The Open Championship.

Rich in heritage, with a touch of quiet elegance, the club has a distinguished reputation

for memorable celebrations and dining.

Its setting in Johannesburg’s northern suburbs is convenient to corporate enterprises doing business in Parktown, Rosebank and Sandton, and offers easy access from the city’s motorways and the Gautrain rail service.