The stunning 27-hole Paarl Golf course is situated in the picturesque valley of South Africa's third-oldest town, Paarl. The race, first laid out on the banks of the River Berg in the 1950s, has been redesigned by Danie Obermeyer and David Frost. David Frost, a Paarl native and still a prominent winemaker in the area, has brought together local knowledge and experience on both the US and European professional golf tours in the design of the race. The Course is a unique 27 hole facility - some holes meander along the Berg River while many are tree-lined green channels which present the golfer with a smooth mix of risk and reward. Water hazards are the most prominent challenge with the greatest number of holes in the world - even the Pro's.