Golf holidays in South Africa

South Africa

It may come as a surprise to some, but the mountains, forests, coasts and deserts of the ‘rainbow nation’ have made it one of the most exciting and varied golf destinations on the planet. And with the tiny time difference, friendly people, year-round warmth and a favourable exchange rate, it makes a surprisingly refreshing change. Cape Town, Durban and the Garden Route are dotted with fantastic courses such as at the fabulous Fancourt Resort, which can be topped off with a safari in Kruger National Park for an action-packed trip. On the course, weave your shots between ancient trees, over cliff top gorges and along dramatic coastlines, ending the day with a sunset cocktail at your luxury hotel. And of course, twinned with a safari, beach or wine tasting break, you couldn’t ask for more.

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Golf Hotels and resorts in South Africa

Must Play Course
Must Play Course
Clovelly Country Club
  • 18 holes ·
  • 6483 yards -
  • 5712 yards ·
  • 72 par
Nestled in a pristine valley close to Fish Hoek in Cape Town lies Clovelly Country Club, one of the finest courses in the Cape Peninsula. With magnificent views of the surrounding mountains, the course features water hazards, natural sand dunes and abundant indigenous flora and fauna, all within a wonderfully peaceful setting.
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Cape Grace Hotel
Cape Grace Hotel 5 Star Hotel

Staying at Cape Grace is an inimitable experience, combining the modern comforts of a luxury Cape Town hotel with local culture. Set on the waterfront with Table Mountain towering above, the hotel has a working harbour to one side and a multi-millionaire yacht basin to the other. With everything from kids’ activities to a spa and jewellery boutique, not to mention comfortable accommodation and fabulous dining, it has all you need for a relaxing yet fun-filled stay.

While each of the rooms and suites at Cape Grace is distinctively decorated, from Luxury and Superior Rooms to a Rooftop Terrace and Three-Bedroom Suite, they all have modern features in common. These include complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, iPod docking stations, safe, flat-screen HD TV with satellite channels and radio stations, international plug points, fully stocked bar with deli snacks, French windows with views of the marina or harbour, and elegant marble bathrooms.

Burn some energy in the Fitness Studio, with its breath-taking views of the harbour, make use of a personal trainer or enjoy a private lesson with a Pilates instructor before plunging into the 15-metre outdoor pool at Cape Grace. Relax on the terrace while the children try gingerbread decorating and listen to African story-telling, then catch up with events at home or work in the Communication Centre. Read a book in the private guest library and don’t miss the daily wine-tasting sessions.

With panoramic views of Signal Hill, Cape Grace’s aptly named Signal Restaurant is set on the water’s edge and serves a menu incorporating the influences of the French Huguenots, British settlers and Dutch and Asian traders. Elsewhere, Bascule Whisky Wine & Cocktail Bar is a sleek venue with a sun-drenched deck and views of the marina, serving more than 500 whiskies from around the world and a collection of the Cape’s finest wines.

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