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Pezula Golf Club

Address Pezula Golf Club
Lagoonview Drive, Western Cape
Po Box 3373, Knysna, 6570
Telephone Bookings: (+27 44) 302 5300
Proshop: (+27 44) 302 5310/1
Website www.pezulagolf.com
Email golf@pezulagolf.com
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Holes 18 Parklands / Links combination, spectacular championship course
Length Champ 6 394m, Club 5 987m
Par 72
Visitors Visitors always welcome and allowed, subject to availability. Book in advance on (+27 44) 302 5300.
General golf attire applies, short socks allowed.
Soft spikes compulsory.
Green Fees
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Course Designer Ronald Fream and David Dale
Golf Plan (California, USA)
Location Perched on top of the Knysna Heads with spectacular views on the East head of Knysna, in the heart of the Garden Route.
A 5 hour drive from Capetown, one hour from George airport, and Plettenberg Bay is 20 minutes away up the N2.
Facilities
• Restaurant, Lounge- Boardroom
• Conference Facilities
• Shoe Cleaning Service
• Shower / Locker Rooms
• Halfway house
• Short Game Practice Facility
• No caddies, carts are included in playing fee
• Horse-riding, tennis, cricket, cycling, mountain biking, jogging, outdoor or indoor aquacise, hiking
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Kanonkop Guest House - Knysna
Enjoy the relaxed luxury, breathtaking views and warm service at beautiful Kanonkop House, and play this golf course at specially discounted rates: from R400 (approx. £31/€39) in winter, to R600 (approx. £47/€58) in winter, inclusive of buggies.
Description Overlooking the Indian Ocean, Pezula Golf Course is laid out on undulating terrain - very difficult to walk it and a tough challenge, particularly on a windy day. Rolling fairways and 'eyebrow' bunkers give it a Scottish feel.
Over 200 species of bird, antelope and other wildlife.
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Except for low handicappers, this is a challenging course, but it’s about so much more than just the golf. Take your time and admire the spectacular views. Right from the first it takes your breath away – and your nerve! Waiting to drive on the 17th, we heard the thwack of a whale as it breached out of the water and landed back onto the surface of the ocean – it sounded like a gunshot! You could see it in the distance as a plume of water rose up as its tail hit the sea! The course is in beautiful condition. Beautiful greens, difficult bunkers, wonderful Fynbos (local shrubs, similar to heathland vegetation – Ed) which challenges your distance off the tee, particularly for women and older players. But a course to be reckoned with, a ‘must-play’ if you get the chance. The club house is well organised and our carts were ready as we arrived. There are friendly staff at every corner. Just watch out for the baboons – if they could, they’d drive your cart away! We left with our spirits lifted, despite our golfing prowess being put to the utmost test. An unforgettable experience - the Garden Route at its best.
J. Scotcher - June 2012






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