South Africa is a golfer’s paradise with exceptional weather and magnificent golf courses that are located along our pristine coastline. We have access to the most impeccably maintained golf courses along the garden route. The courses included offer world class golfing experiences at some of our top 10 courses with sensational views where the majestic mountains meet the golden beaches with sweeping ocean views. Some of the courses included are:

Steenberg Golf Course:
Designed by Peter Matkovich on the edge of the Tokai Forest in Cape Town nestled in the lush Constantia Valley between the vineyards.

Pearl Valley Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course:
It is surrounded by majestic mountains and set in the picturesque
Paarl-Franschoek Valley.

Erinvale Gold Club:
Is a Gary Player designed course which is one of the jewels of the Cape nestled at the foot of the Helderberg mountain, with sweeping views of the winelands and the False Bay coastline.

Is a Gary Player inspired course that is ranked number 1 in South Africa which is set against the backdrop of the towering Outeniqua Mountains that hover over the Garden Route town of George.

George Country Club:
George Country Club is one of the oldest golf courses in South Africa set at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains, the heart of the Garden Route offering spectacular landscapes.

Simola Golf and Country Estate:
(Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course) and Pezula Championship Course are both situated on the Garden Route in the picturesque town of Knysna with sweeping ocean and lagoon views.

St Francis Bay Links course:
Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course is set in natural surrounds in the quaint seaside village of St Francis Bay.

The Royal Port Alfred Golf Club:
The Royal Port Alfred Golf Club is one of four golf clubs in South Africa which have been granted the right to use the “Royal” prefix. The others are Royal Cape, Royal Durban and Royal Johannesburg & Kensington

The Belmont Golf Club in Grahamstown:
The Belmont Golf Club is the newest Eastern Cape golf course, a scenic rural 18 holes built in the fertile Belmont Valley. The Belmont replaces the original Grahamstown Golf Club, one of the oldest in South Africa, founded in 1891.