|OUR CALL CENTRE NEEDS TO KNOW:
VISITING GOLFERS NEED TO KNOW:
- Date of play
- Preferred choice of golf course/s (see golf courses)
- Preferred tee-times Morning: 07h00-09h30 Afternoon: 11h30
- Name of Golfer/s
- Number of persons
of clubs, drive buggies and/or caddies
- Transfers required
Course closure in season
Traditionally many local courses are closed to visitors on Saturdays
(Members only day) as well as Tuesday afternoons (Ladies day)
Some courses are also closed on Mondays for maintenance
Rules, Regulations & Etiquette
Our call center will advise you accordingly.
- Speed up play - most courses allow 4½ hours to
complete 18 HOLES including a compulsory 10-minute halfway
house stop over.
- All courses insist on the use of a sandbag to fill in
divots. Please do not replace divots!
- Allow faster players to play through and observe a limit
of 3 over par on any particular hole.
- Some courses insist on an official handicap with a maximum
of 24 for men and 36 for ladies.
- Golf shoes or predominantly white sports trainers are
to be worn.
- Short, white socks are acceptable at all courses.
- Collared shirts to be worn at all times.
- NO jeans, open shoes or drawstring shorts (ie: belt to
- Please be advised not to carry valuables in your golf
bag whilst at the course.
- Most courses provide lockers, where valuables can be
stored for the duration of your round.
- Be aware of weather fluctuations and prepare accordingly.
Cape Town is renowned for surprising us with ALL 4 SEASONS
in one day. Pack a sweater/windbreaker, peak cap and be
liberal with sunscreen.
- Hole length is calculated in meters and not yards. To
convert add 10% to yards
(ie: 90 m = 100 yards)
- Caddies are an added benefit in SA. They are usually
knowledgeable, friendly and affordable.
- South Africans often refer to traffic lights as "Robots"