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Garden Route Golf Tour 4 days – 4 courses


Availablity: 01/10/2021 to 30/09/2022
Number of People: 4
Price per Person: 18290
Location: Garden Route

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This popular break-away tour takes you along the Garden Route, starting off your golf journey at Gary Player’s master piece The Links – host to some of the most prestigious tournaments in the world. Followed by Pezula Championship Course – with sweeping ocean and lagoon views – which is both a sporting and visual experience. Simola Golf Club – designed by the legend Jack Nicklaus himself – needs no introduction amongst golfers. And the Gem of the Garden Route – Oubaai Golf Estate – is kept for last and will perfectly round off a memorable trip.

Duration 4 days

Golf courses The Links, Pezula, Simola, Oubaai

Includes All green fees, golf carts and halfway house. Accommodation in 4 star guest houses. All meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Excursion: Gin tasting at Knysna Distillery. Transport in an air-conditioned 8-seater bus ex George airport and return. Snacks on board. Experienced CETA registered Tour guide and driver by your side.

Not included Flights, drinks, gratuities.

Min-Group 4

Price – 4 pax From ZAR 18 290.00 – Per person sharing

Price – 8 pax From ZAR 15 190.00 – Per person sharing

Prices valid from October 2021 till Sept 2022
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