Beginning in Cape Town, the Mother City is one of South Africa’s most popular tourist destinations. With Table Mountain providing a picturesque backdrop, this city has it all. Take a trip to the award winning wine farms in Stellenbosch and cycle through the vineyards before dining at some of the best restaurants in the country. Let the kids stomp grapes whilst you enjoy the most scenic views in the country. Head back to the city and pop past the V&A waterfront in heart of Cape Town’s working harbour for some of the finest local shops and restaurants. Now that you have earned your round of golf you are faced with an almost impossible decision. Do you brave the wind and attempt to defeat Atlantic Beach in Blaauberg or do you treat the wife to a luxurious spa treatment at the finest resort in South Africa and head out to the Arabella Country Estate? Once you have experienced Cape Town taking a road trip along the Garden Route is a must. You will soon find yourself approaching George, which is the home of South Africa’s number 1 golf course, The Fancourt Links. This estate is the best golfing estate South Africa has to offer and with Pezula and Simola just minutes away in Knysna you may never decide to leave to leave the Garden Route.
You could scarcely wish for a more dramatic location on which to create a golf course. It was clear from the outset that this golf course would be designed to maximize the impactRead More
The De Zalze Golf Course situated within the De Zalze Winelands Golf Estate was designed by Peter Matkovich (course architect for Leopard Rock, Arabella & Pinnacle PointRead More
One of the most attractive aspects of Pearl Valley Golf & Country Estate is its iconic golf course. This masterpiece was shaped by the vision of golf legend Jack Nicklaus andRead More
This month saw Golf Digest publish their golf course rankings for 2014 and Steenberg moved up in all categories. The golf course moved up 5 places from 36th to 31st while theRead More
Used initially by a group of naval officers stationed at the nearby Simonstown base (who were mainly transitory), and a number of enthusiastic golfers from the area, the ClovellyRead More