The Links is a walking course, with no cart hire, and a caddie for every player is compulsory.
It is exclusive for members and guests, plus Fancourt hotel residents if times are available. There is a separate entrance road away from the Fancourt resort.
The Fancourt Montagu has been a constant presence among South Africa’s Top 10 courses for more than 20 years, and was ranked No 1 by Golf Digest in 2001
Each tee marker represents national emblems. The Protea is the national flower, Springbok the national animal, Galjoen the national fish, Yellowwood the national tree, and Blue Crane the national bird.
Ranked 20th by South Africa's Top 100 Courses
14thTop 100 South Africa (Golf Digest)
Outeniqua means “land of milk and honey”
George Golf Club members have played on the same site for nearly a hundred years.
George’s greens are first class and the overall conditioning of the course is amongst the best in the country.
Superb greens and deep bunkers on a hilly layout.
A golf cart is welcome to get around.
The flat layout is located alongside the beautiful Knysna Lagoon.
An easy walking golf course, very playable for every levels of golfer.
"See the sea from every tee!"
Mild weather all year round. You can leave your umbrella at home!
The wildlife often shows up on the course.
The clubhouse features some of Ernie Else’s top playing memorabilia.
Voted ‘Best Golf Resort in South Africa’ at CNBC African Property Awards 2007
Pezula means “high up with the gods”.
The average round of golf here is estimated at 4 hours and 50 minutes.
Take your time and enjoy the view!
The golf course was named as one of the ten best new courses in the world soon after opening, and acclaimed for its beauty and extraordianary routing.
Pinnacle point is laid out on steeply sloping rocky terrain where you hop from one cliff top to another.
Golf cart is compulsory.
The Simola golf course is only the third Jack Nicklaus signature course in South Africa.
It is unusually designed with five par threes and five par fives.