Ebotse Links offers a welcome change from Gauteng parkland layouts, and lower green fees on Mondays and Tuesdays are good value. The greens are excellent, and the course is a good test of shot making, particularly with the current amount of roll. The par 3s are a strength and fun to play. No 2 is a brute and requires a long iron to a well-guarded green. No 11 is a shorter shot with the dam lurking left of the green. The finishing par 5 is another enjoyable hole. A risk-reward tee shot over the corner of another dam offers options on how much to cut off. Bunkers and tees are unfortunately not in the best shape. The bunkers are poor and offer little chance of recovery should your ball roll up the powdery face of the traps. The tee boxes were showing evidence of a lot of traffic.