The Cape Town offers visitors a number of excellent Golf Courses in majestic settings which are rated as some of the best in the world. With views of the ocean, sand or mountain from one of Cape Town's expansive greens, we're certain that you will thoroughly enjoy golfing in the Cape. We have listed and showcased some of the best courses around the Cape Peninsula to make it easy for you to reserve your Tee off time well in advance when planning your vacation in the Cape.
Forget about a golf cart, you will want as much time as possible on the golf course to immerse yourself in the environment that surrounds you. Some of the top courses are:Erinvale Golf Club the course is 18 holes, par-72, rating 72, 6400 metres. It hosted the 1996 World Cup of Golf and was designed by the Gary Player. There is extensive sod layering in the bunker faces, wide undulating kikuyu fairways, Penn Cross greens and water on six holes. The rough is well kept. Royal Cape Golf Club is the oldest golf club in South Africa, it has hosted ten S.A. Opens and is a 18 holes, par 72, 6121 metres course. There are narrow, well surfaced Kikuyu fairways and the Penn Cross greens are in a great condition. The course is well treed with 58 bunkers and 6 holes have water.
Stellenbosch is the second oldest town in South Africa and boasts an excellent 18 holes championship Golf Course. Play a round of golf then go and relax and enjoy some wine at one of the several top wine estates in the region.Milnerton Golf Course has Cape Towns only links course, situated between the sea and a lagoon. This course offers unparalleled views of Table Mountain.
Test your golfing skills on the championship layout of Rondebosch Golf Course. This excellent course offers golfers a good challenge with Table Mountain as your back drop, situated 15 minutes from the centre of Cape Town.King David Golf Course is situated near Cape Town International Airport, the 18 holes, par 72, 6085 metres championship golf course is renowned for staying dry and firm during wet winters, coupled with the fact that it is relatively sheltered from the strong south-easterly wind, makes it an all season course. The Westlake Golf Course is a 18 holes, par-72, rating 71, 5880 metres golf course. It is a well wooded course which is situated in a parklands setting. There are superb mountain views all round. Westlake is recognized as being the best winter course in the Cape as when Mother Nature hurls her worst; the gentle sloping topography allows rainwater to run away. South Easter wind can be strong in summer. Clovelly Country Club offers an 18 hole, par-73, rating 71, 5908 metre golf course. The course is set in a valley and is surrounded by mountains. It has excellent fairways and bent grass greens. The Atlantic Beach Golf Club has a 18 Holes, Par 72, 5855 metres golf course with a scenic setting that boasts spectacular views towards a few of Cape Town’s famous landmarks - Table Bay, Robben Island and Table Mountain. Even with wide fairways the course is pretty tough. Just off the fairways you’ll find thick fynbos and shrubbery (The Course Rating is 70) Steenberg Golf Club was designed by Peter Matkovich, the golf coures takes full advantage of natural features and hazards. The 18 hole championship course meanders through the vineyards, pine forest and gentle waterways. Mobray Golf Club was established in 1910. The club is recognized as being one of the best in the country with all major amateur championships having been played there, it has hosted the SA Open seven times. Set at the foot of Table Mountain, Mowbray Golf Club is renowned for its breathtaking views, lush fairways and immaculate greens.
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