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Plettenberg Bay Country Club
Plettenberg Bay Country Club is set in a stunning private reserve and includes a par 72, 18 hole golf course as well as four all weather tennis courts and two magnificent bowling greens.
This highly rated Garden Route golf course is an extremely popular tourist destination. Although the golf course is easy to walk, golf carts are always available for the not so energetic. Golfers are treated to an excellent playing surface . The lush Kikuyu grass fairways and recently over seeded, bent grass greens give this golf course year round consistency.
All greens and bunkers at the Plettenberg Bay Country Club golf course are to USGA specifications and despite competition from Plettenberg Bay's beautiful beaches and rolling surf, the golf club is busy, so booking is essential.
This Parkland Course has no intrusive houses or traffic noise and is populated mainly with indigenous flora and fauna so the natural beauty has been carefully retained. Monkeys, birdlife like the Knysna Loerie and woodpeckers as well as the occasional deer may make an appearance.
All visitors are welcome with no restriction. Wednesday and Saturday competition days may be booked by golfers in possession of a valid handicap. Tuesdays offer a ladies competition.
On the golf course men must wear soft spikes, long/above ankle length short socks (white). No secret/trainer socks. Long trousers or shorts and collared shirts.
Ladies must wear soft spikes, long trousers, shorts or Capri pants
At the bar men are required to wear collared shirts, long trousers or shorts, shoes and socks (no secret/trainer socks).Both men and ladies no bare feet, flip flops, open shoes or slippers are allowed.
In the lounge and on the patio standard club sporting attire (i.e. tennis, bowls & golf) or smart casual wear is required. No t-shirts, no bare feet, flip flops, open shoes or slippers. Jeans are permitted. No jogger shorts, gym or beach wear is allowed on the course or in the club.