Watamu Golf Club

from their website:
The 9-hole Par 3 of Golf Watamu Pitch & Putt grow on a course spanning a total of 616 meters, where alternate holes as the short number 6 of 45 mt, to medium long holes, as the number 9 of 95 meters, for a total Par course of 27.
The particularity of the course are the greens, medium sized and each one different from the other, technically very interesting to play and wavy, which are good for any golfer, who is a professional, having a good game or handicap that is to his first experiences.
To protect the greens there are a series of bunkers well-distributed, most with low sides to get out of it.
The starting tees, unique for both men and women, are spacious and lush.
The fairways of the Golf Watamu Pitch & Putt grow on land, where sometimes it can happen if you don’t go directly into green with the first shot, having to play the ball with their feet are not perfectly flat.
On the course are located a number of plants and palm trees to frame.

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Malindi Golf Club

from their website:

A distinctive course, built in the dunes beside the famous beaches of Malindi on Kenya’s northern coastline, offers a challenging and enjoyable round of golf.

The 9-hole course features a number of iconic holes and with separate tees and some additional greens on the second nine, certainly has the feel of a full 18-hole golf course.

The feature of the course is perhaps six par threes each with its own degree of difficulty. Four challenging par fives make the course a good test of golf.

The finely contoured greens, a highlight of the course, are laid with Polana and regularly run at 10 feet on the ‘stimpmeter’.

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Vipingo Ridge Golf Club

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