Did you know?
The term "Rainbow Nation" was coined by Archbishop Desmond Tutu to describe post-1994 South Africa when apartheid rule officially ended. Today this term still applies very much so. South Africa has over 450 affiliated golf clubs serving more than 125,000 golfers.
South Africa is one of the world’s top five golf destinations along with Scotland, Ireland, Australia and England. Between Johannesburg, Cape Town, the Garden Route, Durban and Kruger National Park there are about two dozen excellent to fantastic clubs you would make this trip to play. The opportunity to combine a stellar golf experience with an iconic capital city, wonderful wine and great natural beauty with the thrill of a lifetime bushveld safari is one you will treasure forever.
The golf you want begins where the game here began in Cape Town of 1885, at Royal Cape, the subsequent host to eleven South Africa Opens and eight national amateurs. Arabella in the Western Cape is a set dramatically alongside the Bot River Lagoon where it earns its top five ranking by compensating for its lack of length with relentless demands for accuracy. Pearl Valley is a Jack Nicklaus Signature club set in the famous Franschhoek Wine region where you can complement a day of play with equally impressive food and wine.