The George Golf course is a beautifully manicured, 72 par, 18 hole course, with bent greens, set in the heart of the garden route. The course rating for men is either 70 (club – 5774m) or 72 (championship – 6100m), while that for the ladies is 72 (5188m). Visitors are welcome, with the exception of Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, which are reserved for members. No group bookings allowed on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Booking is essential. Caddies and motorised golf cars are available for hire – golf cars must be booked in advance. Golfing equipment is for sale in the pro-shop. Lessons may be arranged with the resident golf professional. Golf clubs/trolleys may be hired from the pro-shop.
Bar: Smart casual, No collar/sleeve-less shirts, jeans, boxer shorts, exercise shoes rugby socks or clothes with large advertising
Clubhouse: Smart casual, as above
Course: Smart casual, as above
Golf shoes (spikes): Metal / Soft
Location Welcome to George, South Africa, which is the capital of Nature’s 'Garden Route'.
George is located in the Cape Wildflower Floral Kingdom next to the coast at the eastern end of the Western Cape Province and has a low rainfall Mediterranean type climate with activities to keep you busy all year round. We probably have the largest number of bed-nights accommodation available in this holiday paradise with its large conference facilities and many tourist attractions.
Try us for sun, sea & sand, forests, game parks, lakes, magnificent scenery, wild flowers and Xhosa culture.
George is at the center of Nature’s ‘Garden Route’ and nestles at the foot of the Outeniqua Mountains. Our airport connects you to and from all the main centers in South Africa and main roads and rail, link with the Klein Karoo hinterland.
From the city center take the road out of George heading towards Oudtshoorn. The George Golf Course is in CJ Langenhoven Road on the left hand side right next to the rugby stadium and the George Hospital.
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