Metropolitan Golf Course, Fritz Sonnenberg Road, Green Point, Mouille Point, Atlantic Seaboard, Cape Town. At Metropolitan Golf Club you enjoy your game in the most centrally situated green belt of Cape Town. Adjacent to the V&A Waterfront (5 minute walk) and the Cape Town Stadium with magnificent views of Table Mountain and Signal Hill. The Metropolitan course offers a variety of greens and tee options resulting in a rare challenge on each nine. The view playing the 12th hole with the ocean and Mouille Point Light House as a backdrop will leave you with a lasting impression.
The Metropolitan Golf Clubs great advantage is its close proximity to the city centre. Anyone staying in Sea Point, Green Point or at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, can actually walk there. The terrain forms part and blends naturally into the greater eco system of the Green Point Urban park. The dams are filled from the Table Mountain spring water system and abounds with natural birdlife.
On Course Course Policy
Visitors welcome everyday except Tuesday and Thursday afternoons and Saturdays
Christmas Day, Good Friday
Bar: Smart Casual and denims - NO T-shirts, Slops, Rugby shorts
Clubhouse: Smart Casual and denims- NO T-shirts, Slops, Rugby shorts
Course: Collared shirts - No denims or Short Socks, Soft Spikes)
Cape Town is dominated by a towering, table-shaped mountain, set on a peninsula of soaring, rocky heights and lush valleys, where two oceans converge - Indian and Atlantic.
Cape Town offers the visitor immense natural beauty which melds effortlessly with the fast pace and bright lights of a great urban centre.
Cape Town offers a myriad things to do and places to see, whatever your tastes, inclinations or budget.
1. See and experience Table Mountain - either hiking or take the cable cart
2. Visit the V&A Waterfront
3. Tour the Winelands and visit towns like Paarl, Stellenbosch or Franschhoek
4. Go out to Cape Point and visit the Cape Peninsula National Park
5. See Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
6. Discover Robben Island
7. Go shopping and visit Century City, Canal Walk, Ratanga Junction and more
8. Explore the Peninsula and Hout Bay
9. Go gambling at Grandwest
10. Wine and Dine at any of the variety of restaurants
11. Buy something "African" at any of the many crafts markets
12. Take a tour the Townships
13. Take a helicopter flip or day-tour
14. See the Whales on the West Coast or at Hermanus
15. Absorb some History and Culture by visiting the many museums and historical places
16. Enjoy some Outdoor Fun of parachuting and skydiving, canoeing & kayaking, sailing, abseiling, mountaineering, hiking and walks or do some bird watching.
17. Go golfing
Cape Town gives you the opportunity to experience something different - every day!
From Cape Town city centre take either Western Boulevard (M6) or Main Road (M61) to the direction of Sea Point. Turn right at the traffic circle in front of the Cape Town Stadium and then turn left into Fritz Sonnenberg Road. Pass the Stadium and the club entrance is on the right hand side.
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