Rocklands is my course of choice at CCJ. Very different from the Woodmead and more interesting, although they are on a par in terms of the challenge. Enjoy the bushveld look, which makes it unusual for Gauteng. Yet it has the immaculate presentation of a pristine parkland layout. There’s a good balance between the four different tee options, spaced out at roughly 500 metres each. Yellow is best left for long hitters, white is a strong challenge, while blue will have you playing more short irons. Wonderful variety of par 4s, uphill and downhill, some tough ones among them, coupled with superb greens, and the par 3s are fabulous. If there’s a weakness it lies in the par 5s. None offers sight of the hole further than the tee shot. The lengthy third is superb, a fairway framed by tall trees, then a sharp dogleg right downhill to the green, but 12 and 13 are humdrum, particularly 13 where the second shot is blind. The sunken green comes into view late. After that comes an excellent finishing stretch of 4s and 3s.