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Staying & Playing
The categories in this section covers guidance on flights, accommodation, car rental, restaurants, tours, etc and also highlights some of the wide range of activities available in Cape Town. We have been very careful to only include and promote reputable individuals and companies many of which we have had personal experience of. In most cases we can arrange, secure bookings or refer you to the local Cape Town company.

Please use the CONTACT US page should you require assistance with bookings or any other individual requirements.



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  • Atlantic Adventures
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  • Cape Nature - Snakes & Spiders
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  • Cape Sailing
  • Cape Town Getting Around
  • Cape Town TOP ATTRACTIONS.
  • Car Rental & Limousine Hire
  • Clay Target Shooting
  • Clothing & Dress
  • Cycle The Cape
  • Fishing & Fly Fishing
  • Game Fishing
  • Garden Route & Addo Elephant Park
  • Golf
  • Helicopter Tours
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  • Holiday Check List
  • Horse Riding - Noordhoek Beach
  • Maps - City & Peninsular
  • Nightlife
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  • Restaurant Guide
  • Scuba Diving
  • Shark Watching Expeditions
  • Shopping
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  • Tipping
  • Useful LOCAL Telephone Numbers
  • Useful LOCAL Information /Websites
  • Vaccinations
  • Whale Watching
  • Winelands and Tours
  • World Travel Resource Partners
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    Golf Description

    Cape Town, the Cape Peninsular and Winelands offer the serious and casual golfer a selection of excellent and possibly, some of the best courses in South Africa.There are many worthwhile 18 hole and 9 hole golf courses within 1hour + or so from Cape Town centre. All of which are well maintained throughout the seasons with many in majestic settings. Also, some of the 16 courses immediatly around Cape Town have stunning backdrops of Table Mountain and Sea.

    There are many UK and local companies operating Golf Tourism in the Cape and it can be sometimes difficult to know and plan what is best for you. The information provided is designed to keep it simple and straightforward and much has come from golfing friends and clients.



    Golf in South Africa is a fairly relaxed,and, generally, inexpensive game. Please find below general "THINGS TO NOTE" that will help you.


    1- Letter of Introduction,plus Certificate of Handicap,ADVISABLE, and sometimes eg- Royal Cape, absolutely neccessary.

    2- Booking well in advance as possible is advised as most clubs have specific member days and some clubs are into corporate days.

    3- Golf clubs/trollies/motorised carts can be hired if neccessary,it is advisable to request at time of booking.

    4- Dress code operates at all clubs. Soft spiked footware is required.

    5- Mandatory stop at half-way house. Also, all clubhouses offer very good catering facilities.

    6- During High Season it is advisable to use some form of Sun Block on your face,neck and arms. Also, take enough bottled water.




    TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR GOLF IN THE CAPE.
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    Please click the sub categories / golf course names below for short details,telephone numbers and website address.The ones marked with * are the closest to Cape Town centre.


  • Arabella
  • Atlantic Beach *
  • Bellville *
  • Clovelly *
  • Darling ( 9 Holes )
  • De Zalze
  • Devonvale Golf & Wine Estate *
  • Durbanville *
  • Erinvale
  • Helderberg Village Club ( 9 Holes )
  • Hermanus
  • King David *
  • Kleinmond Golf Club ( 9 Holes )
  • Kuilsriver Golf Club *
  • Langebaan
  • Malmesbury ( 9 Holes )
  • Metropolition * ( 2 X 9 Holes )
  • Milnerton *
  • Mowbray *
  • Paarl / Boschenmeer ( 27 holes )
  • Parow *
  • Pearl Valley
  • Rondebosch *
  • Royal Cape *
  • Simonstown Country Club * ( 9 Holes )
  • Somerset West
  • Steenberg *
  • Stellenbosch
  • Strand
  • Westlake *
  • Worcester
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