and the greater Cape Peninsula offers visitors a number of splendid golf courses in majestic settings and rated as some of the best in the country.Some of the courses are
Royal Cape Golf Course has hosted numerous S.A. Opens and is 18 holes, par 72, rating 72, 6121 metres. There are narrow, well surfaced Kikuyu fairways and the Penn Cross greens are in a good condition. The course is well treed with 58 bunkers and 6 holes have water. Erinvale Estate Hotel & Spa
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 and playable. Stellenbosch
is the second oldest town in South Africa and boasts the excellent 18 holes championship Stellenbosch Golf Course.
Cape Towns only links course - Milnerton golf course - is 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 Club. This excellent course offers golfers a good challenge with Table Mountain as your back drop, situated 15 minutes from the centre of Cape Town.
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 always in great condition.
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. It is very rural with lots of trees and an abundant bird life.Where to StayCape Town Accommodation
options are numerous; with a large variety of different types spread throughout the Peninsula.Other Activities
See also Cape Town Things to Do
for various other activities.