Cape Town and The Garden Route boast some of the most spectacular golf courses in Africa.
We can arrange a package for you that includes:
We recommend the following courses in the Cape Town area:
A seaside location in a protected nature reserve. Spectacular views of Table Mountain compliment a truly challenging layout at the heart of a real estate development.
This little links course is only 15 minutes from Down Town Cape Town and is a great warm-up for people who are experienced golfers, and are coming to South Africa for a golfing holiday. Views of Table Mountain.
A platinum golf course situated 10 minutes from Hermanus (90 minutes from Cape Town). One of the top golf courses in the Western Cape, the Arabella Golf Club stretches through rolling fairways, deceptive bunkers and challenging water traps.
A truly unique golf course set on the banks of the Bot River lagoon and fringed by indigenous fynbos.
A charming and narrow course that meanders along a dune lined valley, with great ocean views. Year round quality make this a sought after venue. Can be windy. Close to the Cape of Good Hope.
Less than an hour from Cape Town Centre, this Championship Jack Nicklaus Golf Course, has played host to the SA Open. Dramatic Scenery and world class golfing facilities, make this a MUST DO for all serious golfers coming to the Cape Town area.
Also close to Cape Town Centre. A championship layout on flat terrain. Tree lined fairways and clever water features make for memorable holes.
Situated on one of the oldest farms in South Africa, Steenberg offers a magnificent 18-hole golf course with dramatic views of the surrounding Constantiaberg Mountains, and the vineyards of the Estate. Challenging water features, trees and wind make for some interesting golf on fast greens. They produce some fine wine on this estate, so you can combine a day of fine golf with some fine wine (afterwards!)
At the foot of the Steenberg Mountain, tucked into several dozen Stone Pine Trees, this popular public course is another great place to “warm up” if you have haven’t played for a while.
Built in 1885, this is South Africa’s oldest course and so it comes with a set of traditions. A simple layout on mainly flat greens, offers the most fussy golfer a chance to feel a sense of accomplishment.
Very popular with visiting airline crews, and with tourists who are staying in the Stellenbosch Winelands for a few days. Scenery you would only ever expect to see in Switzerland.
18 holes with lots of rolling hills, trees and bunkers to keep you focused.
This is a beautiful course in the heart of the Stellenbosch Wine Country. Amazing restaurant and winery on the premises. Rolling greens, and spectacular mountain views in every direction.
There are superb Golf Courses in the Garden Route part of the country.
We can recommend Ernie Els’ signature Golf Course at Herolds Bay
and the Fancourt Golf Courses (Montagu and Outeniqua) just outside the town of George. The Presidents Cup was played here in 2003 and the World’s First Golf World Cup
Other courses you should not miss in South Africa, are Pinnacle Point (Mossel Bay), and Simola and Pezula, (both in Knysna).