Langebaan Golf Club in Langebaan, West Coast, Western Cape, South Africa

Langebaan Country Estate (18) (Western Cape, West Coast, Langebaan)
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Langebaan Country estate (18)

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The course has more than a hint of Player`s design philosophy, with well-positioned bunkers and his typical routing for all levels of golfers. Throw in some amazing natural rock formations, the large water feature separating the 10th and 18th fairways and the natural wild flowers, birdlife, and a variety of buck species. It is clear that Langebaan Country Estate is only one growing season away from becoming a course that will stand out as an unforgettable experience. This spectacular course plays 6359m from the championship tees (6994 yards), 5826m to 6071m from the club- and senior tees, and 5202m from the ladies tees with an overall course rating of 71. The course drains extremely well making it playable all year round, unlike many of the Western Cape`s golf courses..

4 Star Self Catering Accommodation; Kids Entertainment Centre; Cycle Trails & Bike hire; 9-hole Mashie Golf Course; 9-hole Pro Putt Course; Swimming Pool; Tennis Courts and Bowling Green

Membership Fees
Membership Special available during March & April 2011 only: (Receive a R85 voucher for a FREE round of golf.) *5 Day affiliated Member including: Membership Fee of R339; Affiliation Fee of R260; Card Fee of R100: TOTAL is R699. *Full Members Package: Membership Fee of R539; Affiliation Fee of R260; Card Fee of R100: TOTAL is R899
Green Fees
9 holes 18 holes
Green Fees members R55 R85
Visitors affiliated clubs R155 R225
Non-affiliated R220 R330
Hire of clubs R200 R70
Trolley hire R40 R40
Club cars R130 R130
Sandbags (compulsory) R10

Course Policy
Dress code and no foot fall in
rehabilition/out of bounds areas

Dress Code
Bar: Relaxed
Clubhouse: Relaxed
Course: Smart casual
Golf shoes (spikes): Metal / Soft

Course Rating
- Men Women
Par Rating 72 72
SAGA Rating 72 72
Length 6189m 5204m
Black 73
White 72
Blue 70
Red 72

Course Difficulty

Course Designer
Gary Player - Black Knight Design

Terms & Conditions
50% Deposit Required

Contact Details
Tel: +27 22 772 2112
Fax: +27 22 772 2460
Cell: +27 71 361 6251

Physical Address
Langebaan Country Estate
1 Oostewal Rd
South Africa

Today the town of Langebaan is a mixture of the very old and the very new, with a strong Parks Board presence, a country club and numerous holiday facilities. Much of its old-world innocence is still there, but, as a setting for the activities of water sport and fishing enthusiasts.

This lagoon town has a definite place in history, as it once was the site where the various leaders of the Khoi nation held their periodic get - togethers. Since WW II, when the giant Catalina Flying boats used Langebaan as a terminal for their long journeys from the UK, the village has had an uneventful, quiet development, gradually growing into the favourite West Coast town for pensioners.

Earlier in the century, when the biggest whaling station in the southern hemisphere was still operational here, langebaan was not quite as peaceful as today. Since the closure of the station, however, Langebaan has changed completely, settling down into the pattern of a seasonal holiday town.

Authors such as Lawrence Green started mentioning the town in their books, although previously famous figures such as Lady Anne Barnard and Thunberg, the botanist, were struck by the quaintness of the place.

This out of ordinary characteristic was also picked up by scientists, especially paleontologists, who succeeded in tracing Langebaan`s origins to a period ten million years ago.

Latter day writers all refer to the "Langebaan Charisma", - on the eastern shores of a blue-green lagoon, that stretches seventeen kilometres to the south.

Langebaan`s claim to fame include -
* the biggest oyster shell deposits in the world
* its position as the ornithological capital of RSA
* its fascinating islands steeped in history
* the Postberg peninsula
* The West Coast National Park
* its healthy climate with bracing air and sunlit days
* many more

European prescence started as early as the fifteenth century, with French sealers. They were followed by Scandinavian, British and Dutch sea-farers. The Portuguese somehow missed Langebaan completely, their nearest landfall being St Helena Bay.

According to some historians, Phoenicians from the sacked city of Carthage, landed on the beaches of Langebaan well before the birth of Christ.

Some of the most sought-after seafront properties are found on the Lagoon. Langebaan boasts upmarket accommodation, a choice of restaurants, two caravan parks, a golf course, tennis courts, a bowling green, a yacht club and the normal businesses, selling anything from seafood to hardware and holiday equipment.

From Cape Town take the West Coast Road (R27) in the direction of Velddrift. After approximately one hour you will see the turn-off to Langebaan on your left at the Engen garage. Continue for about 5km and you will see the gates to the estate to your left before you get to the town.

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