Kyalami is a good test of accuracy off the tee. The tree-lined fairways are narrow by Gauteng standards – so bombing away is not a sensible option. Taking an iron off the tee is often the smart choice, with position preferred over length. The par 4s are demanding with strokes 1 (No 5) and 3 (No 8) well-shaped. The putting surfaces were excellent and running at 11 on the stimp. The bunkers have received attention and were consistent. The finishing stretch from 15-18 offers great design variety. The par-3 17th is a demanding hole with water lurking left. The finishing par 5 should present a birdie opportunity but needs to be navigated with caution as trouble lurks off the tee and for the approach. The 19th has excellent service and a relaxed setting away from the bustle of Johannesburg. Worth a weekday visit when pace of play is acceptable and the country setting idyllic.