Anyone for Golf? A variety of golf courses to choose from, between a 20 and 90 minute drive from Moonstruck:
Arabella Golf Course: Set along the banks of the Bot River lagoon, and flanked by the 6 star Arabella Hotel and Wellness Spa, this championship venue in a magnificent setting will test the best of golfers. Even the average hacker will also find it playable though, with wide fairways and splendid scenery which features on every round.
Hermanus Golf Club: This course offers the keen golfer 18 incredible holes of golf, has become one of the most popular courses in the country and is a definite must play course. In the winter months, one might even catch a glimpse of a Southern Right Whale frolicking in the bay. Hermanus prides itself on being the self appointed Whale Capital internationally, and boasts sightings of up to 200 whales in the greater Walker Bay area at one time during season. The Hermanus Golf course is a true treat for golfers, with beautiful mountains on one side, the ocean on the other, and a picturesque town to wander through afterwards.
Erinvale: This world-renowned course with its cleverly placed water hazards, sweeping fairways and deep bunkers lies at the foot of the Hottentots Holland and Helderberg mountains. Erinvale’s trademark lies in the difference between its front nine and back nine, with holes on the front nine being mostly level with lots of water, however on the back nine; you will hardly get a level lie. It boasts being one of the country’s best courses
Stellenbosch Golf Club: This course has hosted both the SA Open and Masters Championships and provides a true challenge to any golfer. It is situated at the foot of the Helderberg Mountains in the heart of the Stellenbosch winelands and is very picturesque.
Strand Golf Course: An excellent professional is available at this course, for those requiring coaching. Situated within walking distance from the beach, with large fairways, difficult water hazards and stunning mountain views, this course is definitely worth a visit.
Kleinmond Golf Course: This course is flanked by the Kogelberg Mountains, with a sea view virtually from every hole. It is a challenging 9-hole course, with 18 different tees, a natural Fynbos rough, and is in immaculate condition. The club members are extremely friendly, with visitor’s being most welcome, and the Fynbos which includes Protea’s and Erica’s is truly beautiful.