Established in 1885 as the Cape Golf Club, this was South Africa's first golf course. The club hosted the SA Open and SA ... More
Royal Cape Golf Club
Established in 1885 as the Cape Golf Club, this was South Africa's first golf course. The club hosted the SA Open and SA Amateur championships for the first time in 1910, and was given its 'Royal' suffix in the same year by the visiting King George V. The course is truly scenic with wonderful vistas of Table Mountain. Visitors are most welcome. Please call for bookings and reservations.
Traditional course-challenging but not ridiculously difficult-a course the majority of golfers will enjoy.Old clubhouse with friendly staff and good food. Firways in immaculate condition and greens that hold and run true. Bunkers are strategically placed which requires accurate shots to avoid them. A day most enjoyably spent.
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