The aesthetics on both Randpark courses is excellent, with beautiful trees, rocky koppies, streams and vegetation in abundance. The Bushwillow in particular is a pleasant walk through nature. The left side of the opening hole is bordered by suburban homes, and what an outlook they have from their gardens. No 1 is a terrific par 5, possibly the best at Randpark, climbing a slight hill off the tee, and then swooping sharply right downhill to a delightful bunkerless green hidden away in a dip. Clever use of the terrain, attractive and interesting, and after this promising start the rest of the course does not disappoint. The third is another superb par 5 where water hazards and a beautiful green design scores it high in my books. Bushwillow is about positioning your tee shots, and few courses punish you quite so severely for being on the wrong side of the fairway as this often does. The club golfer will find this a strong test in both length and the protection of its greens. Add in the excellent conditioning and it’s easy to see why it is one of the most popular and underrated courses in SA.