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Fancourt Golf Course - Bramble Hill

Fancourt Golf Course - Bramble Hill
A golfing green that is the youngest of Fancourt's four layouts, serves as the resort's public golf course and is likely to be busier than the others. There are not many trees on the golf course and some holes have a links-like feel.
The golf course is young and the holes still have to fight it out for the coveted signature hole status.

Fancourt Golf Course - Montagu

Fancourt Golf Course - Montagu
A modern golf course with a mature parkland feel, considered one of the best conditioned golf courses in South Africa. It is cleverly designed, picturesque, and presents an enjoyable challenge to all levels of golfers.
On the golf course the par-three 17th hole where a mid- to long-iron has to be struck over a wide expanse of water to a green strikingly similar to that of the par-three 12th of the Augusta National.

Fancourt Golf Course - Outeniqua

Fancourt Golf Course - Outeniqua
Named after the mountain range that runs along the Garden Route coast, this resort golf course has aesthetically pleasing design features such as rivulets and colourful gardens. Like its neighbour the Montagu, the golf course is in magnificent condition year round.
Golfers who are long hitters will be tempted to reach the golfing green on the shortish par-four fifth hole. A water hazard dominates the right side of the fairway and green.

Fancourt Golf Course - The Links

Fancourt Golf Course - The Links
The Links at Fancourt, host to the President's Cup in November 2003, presents a unique golfing experience in South Africa. This man-made links course has achieved balance and harmony in terms of length, hazards and shot value.
While being a beautiful walking experience the Links is quite possibly the most difficult course in South Africa. Carry more balls than usual and be patient! The Links was never meant to be a low scoring, target golf course.

Knysna Golf Course

Knysna Golf Course
Knysna Golf Club is probably the only golf course in South Africa which can boast holes that are below sea level. When the course floods it is possible to canoe down the fairway on the 465 meter par five 4th hole.
Because it is situated close to the Knysna Heads as well as the town's well known lagoon, one of the great delights of the club is to sit under the trees outside Hilsen House, which is the half way tea house. The chances are pretty good that you will see the richly coloured Knysna Lourie, undoubtedly one of South Africa's most beautiful birds.

Oubaai Golf Course

Oubaai Golf Course
Championship 18-hole golf course designed by Ernie Els, Oubaai promises a golfing experience comparable to the best the world has to offer. Situated only 8 kilometers from George, Oubaai offers the golfer panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and the Gwaing River Valley. As you walk the course, enjoy the forest, sea, river and mountain views.

Pezula Golf Course

Pezula Golf Course
You've just found one of the most exciting, challenging and visually stunning golf courses in the entire world. This site features 18 spectacular championship holes of golf and 250 hectares of well-planned residential properties and natural fynbos communities.
The Scottish "links-style" course, designed by Ronald Fream and David Dale of Golfplan in California, features cool-season grasses and five different tee placements to satisfy, challenge and reward all golfers.

Simola Golf Course
The Golden Bear's 18-hole championship course at Simola has been created to challenge the professional and inspire the amateur.
"When I first started, I only knew how to do one thing, and that was to put a golf course on a piece of ground that only a good player could play ... Easy courses are fun occasionally, but I don't think they stand the 'test of time' to be considered great courses… However, when I start to design a golf course, I don't intentionally try to make it as tough as I can. I simply aim to create a golf course that will be a demanding test of skill for the accomplished golfer playing from the back tees. But, at the same time, I want to offer a challenging, yet enjoyable experience for the average or beginner player who lays from the appropriate tees and thinks his or her way around the golf course." Jack Nicklaus

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