Golfers Paradise South Africa

“As far as dramatic layouts go, in terms of aesthetics and conditioning, they are on a par with the best modern offerings around the world. With South Africa’s diverse topography, we have a golfing planet on our doorstep, and it’s going to make us an increasingly desirable international destination”, Stuart McLean, Editor, Golf Digest South Africa.

Whether you are walking the lush fairways of Sun City, putting on undulating greens on the slopes of Table Mountain, playing an approach shot with the Indian Ocean as your backdrop or savouring the unique atmosphere of the African bushveld – you’re golfing holiday in South Africa is sure to be a memorable one.

The courses in the greater Cape Town area are surrounded by mountains, winelands and beaches. After a round of golf at Erinvale, Clovelly, Stellenbosch, Atlantic Beach, Pearl Valley, Rondebosch, Mowbray, Milnerton, Royal Cape, Steenberg, Arabella, Hermanus or De Zalze you can relax in the midst of sensational coastal and mountain scenery.

The Southern Cape, known as the Garden Route, has arguably South Africa’s best collection of championship golf courses. Choose from George, Fancourt, Kingswood, Simola, Pezula, Oubaai, Pinnacle Point, Plettenberg Bay, Goose Valley, Knysna or Mossel Bay. Or venture further down the coast to the famous Jack Nicklaus Signature course – St. Francis Bay Links.

KwaZulu-Natal, situated on the Indian Ocean, has an exquisite sub-tropical climate and many first class golf courses surrounded by dense tropical bush. Durban Country Club consistently ranks in the Top 10 courses in South Africa and is closely followed by Zimbali, Mount Edgecombe, Prince’s Grant, Royal Durban, Selborne, or venture down the south coast to San Lameer or the Wild Coast Sun.

If you are keen to combine your golf with game viewing (safari) within striking distance of the Kruger National Park – Hans Merensky Country Club, Leopard Creek and White River Country Estate are idea. You may be distracted by wild animals on your back swing (the timid variety) – before and after golf you can view some of the Big Five as you take an early morning or sunset game drive.

Two of South Africa’s most challenging courses are to be found at Sun City – where you can combine entertainment with lots of razzmatazz. The Gary Player Country Club, the venue for the Million Dollar Golf Challenge, is set in an extinct volcano while the Lost City Palace is an intriguing backdrop to the Lost City course.

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