Play courses in a variety of exciting settings ranging from tree dotted parkland to oceanside and dramatic mountain venues. Designed by top architects, the courses in South Africa capitalize on South Africa’s immense natural beauty and spectacular terrain.
For a pampering resort golf experience, the Arabella Golf Course at the Arabella Hotel & Spa is quintessentially South African. The Kogelberg mountain range and Bot River Lagoon surround the course.
Set in the Silvermine Valley near Cape Town, this picturesque parkland course is routed over natural sand dunes and dotted with pond-size water hazards. Golfers are afforded beautiful views of the mountains, False Bay and Silvermine Nature Reserve.
Gary Player has described Fancourt Links as his greatest design achievement. Host course for the 2003 Presidents Cup, The Links is true to its name. Windswept, undulating terrain and dune style landscape give players lots of opportunities for a variety of shots low to the ground.
Originally designed by Gary Player and enhanced in 2005 by David McLay Kidd, this exceptionally conditioned course offers rolling fairways rimmed by beautiful mature trees.
Named after a mountain range that dominates the region, Outeniqua, a parkland course designed by the Gary Player Group, has a great mix of holes. You’ll experience several exciting risk-reward moments as water hazards and streams come into play on 11 holes, including four of the last five.
Recognized by many publications and websites as South Africa's No. 1 course, Leopard Creek combines adroitly designed golf holes in an unspoiled wildlife setting. Overlooking the Kruger National Park and the Crocodile River, this Gary Player designed layout is a wonderland of lakes and streams, scenic vistas and wildlife watching. Sightings of hippo, crocodile, antelope, buffalo and elephant are common.
Located 45 minutes from Cape Town, this Jack Nicklaus designed course is set against beautiful vineyards with the spectacular Drakenstein Mountains in the background. It opened in 2003 and was named “best new golf course of the year” by Golf Digest. Majestic views of the surrounding mountains and lakes will have you repeatedly reaching for your camera.
Consistently rated one of the top three courses in South Africa, Steenberg is nestled in the Constantia Valley. The course weaves its way through the vineyards of the oldest wine farm in the country. Celebrated for its superb greens, its home to the largest green in Africa on the 14th hole. The exceptional bent grass green complexes encourage lots of innovative chip and run shots.