Nature Activities and adventuresArabella Golf Course

September 16, 2020admin

Tee-off on the Arabella Golf Course where this 72-par 18-hole course offers arguably one of the most beautiful golfing backdrops in the Western Cape. Edging the Bot River Lagoon and looking out onto the fynbos covered Kogelberg mountains, this is truly a course designed to be played as much as it is admired.

The Peter Matkovich design is complemented by world-class amenities whether you want to practice your swing on the driving range, upgrade your clubs in the Pro Shop, make use of the GPS golf carts, team up with a trained caddy, or get lessons from the club’s resident pro.

Consistently ranked as a top 10 course in the country by Golf Digest it’s little wonder that Arabella Golf Course has hosted world-famous celebrities and renowned pros. With a fabled 18th hole, a bucket-list 8th hole, tricky sand traps and challenging water hazards, the course has plenty to offer all skill levels.

Hours: Winter 07h00 – 18h00 / Summer 06h00 – 19h00
Phone: +27 28 284 0105

  • Clubhouse and Golf Shop
  • Clubhouse Restaurant
  • Rentals and Lessons
  • Driving range and Putting green
  • Golf Program available for Juniors
  • Fully stocked pro shop
  • Warm up range
  • Putting green
  • Chipping green
  • Locker room and showers
  • Golf carts with GPS
  • Golf clubs for hire
  • Golf clinics and coaching

https://www.tsogosun.com/arabella-hotel-golf-and-spa/golf

Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism

The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. The thin belt between the mountains and the sea hosts many wonders: from high peaks and fynbos-covered mountain slopes, rough ravines, caves, rivers and streams tumbling over edges to pristine beaches. The indigenous forest and fynbos are home to a wide variety of animals, birds and insects. Here, you escape to nature!

Hangklip-Kleinmond Tourism

The Hangklip Coast includes the towns of Kleinmond, Betty’s Bay, Pringle Bay and Rooiels. The thin belt between the mountains and the sea hosts many wonders: from high peaks and fynbos-covered mountain slopes, rough ravines, caves, rivers and streams tumbling over edges to pristine beaches. The indigenous forest and fynbos are home to a wide variety of animals, birds and insects. Here, you escape to nature!

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