Golfing in Paradise

The Western Cape has some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. From majestic mountain ranges to forests and endless beaches. Amidst all this beauty you will find some of the worlds most scenic and challenging golf courses. Whether you are looking for a real challenge or just want to enjoy the serene setting of these championship golf courses – the Western Cape is a golfing destination you will not forget. The Western Cape’s golf courses are quite diverse. Some are characterized by calming rivers and shaded by tall trees, others offer dramatic mountain views or a crisp sea breeze. All of them are exalted by mother natures warm embrace. Some of the worlds most famous wines are produced in this area. The Western Cape is also known for top-class restaurants, where ambrosial cuisine compliments the stunning wines. The Western Cape will create some memorable impressions, especially for the passionate golfer.

Cape Town Golf Courses

Nestled between Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay this course with its narrow and picturesque fairways is one of the Cape’s hidden treasures. The course is known for its unique design and the excellent facilities of the clubhouse. Visitor always receive a friendly welcome. A little hill above the course gives you a great view of the 1st, 18th and 10th hole. Looking at the course, it becomes clear that some driving precision is required.


Clovelly Country Club
Clovelly Drive / Clovelly
Tel: +27 (0)21 782 1118
Fax: +27 (0)21 782 6853

The Milnerton Golf Club has recently restructured its course, which is now living up to its full potential. Located on a narrow strip of land between a lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, this course is based on British tradition – 9 holes from the clubhouse and 9 holes back. The surrounding water presents a very particular challenge. If you play too far into the rough, you will need spare balls. The Milnerton Golf Club is only a short drive from Cape Town’s city centre and is in close proximity of Tableview and Bloubergstrand.


Milnerton Golf Club
Bridge Road / Milnerton
Tel: +27 (0)21 552 1047
Fax: +27 (0)21 551 5897

The Mowbray Golf Club is set in a stunning location with a backdrop of Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak. Tall pines and indigenous forest pair with abundant birdlife create an incredibly relaxing atmosphere. This championship golf course has hosted all major amateur championships. The clubhouse’s comfortable lounges invite you to kick back and unwind with a view of this lush and tranquil 18-hole course.


Mowbray Golf Club
Raapenberg Road / Mowbray
Tel: +27 (0)21 685 3018
Fax: +27 (0)21 686 6008

The Rondebosch Golf Club offers a challenging 18-hole course with breathtaking views of Devil’s Peak and Table Mountain. The course is nestled around the Black River, which provides delightful challenges for the avid golfer and attracts a variety of birdlife such as wild ducks, king fishers, cormorants and egrets.

The Club’s tradition reaches back to 1911 and it was revamped in 1994. The course is lovingly maintained, to ensure excellent conditions for our members and visitors throughout the year. Even though the course is a challenge to skilled golf players, less experienced golfers will be able to improve their game on this user friendly course.

The Rondebosch Golf Club is located only 10 minutes from the city centre, making it a popular course with Capetonians and foreigners alike.


Rondebosch Golf Club
3 Klipfontein Road / Rondebosch
Tel: +27 (0)21 689 4176
Fax: +27 (0)21 685 1447

South Africa’s first golf club was founded by Sir Henry D’Oyley Torrens in 1885. The word “Royal” was added in 1910 by the Duke of Connaught, making this the first club to be granted the Royal Charter. Since the club was moved from its original venue and turned into a challenging 9-hole championship course, the club is truly living up to ‘Royal’ standards. A game of golf on this venue is an experience fit for kings.


Royal Cape Golf Club
174 Ottery Road / Wynberg
Tel: +27 (0)21 761 6551
Fax: +27 (0)21 797 5246