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Golfing at St Francis Golf Lodge

If golf is your passion and the reason for your visit, St Francis Golf Lodge will not disappoint. Overlooking the 1st tee, and with sweeping views of the course, you can play from dawn till dusk. Lodge guests are given temporary membership to play the course and also benefit from reduced Gold Membership Green Fees. The Lodge is within 70m of the 1st Tee, 10th Tee, 18th Green, 9th Green and the Clubhouse. When the challenge of the Links becomes too great, you can play at St Francis Bay Golf Club.

The Garden Route is well known for its wonderful golf courses e.g :

St Francis Bay Golf Club – St Francis Bay (1 km)

Humewood Golf Club – Port Elizabeth (110 km)

Simola Golf Estate – Knysna (195 km)

Pezula Golf Estate – Knysna (185 km)

George Golf Club – George (245 km)

Fancourt Golf Estate – George (250 km)

Pinnacle Point – Mossel Bay (300 km)

Designed by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus – the St Francis Links has put St Francis Bay on the golf-map and has captured the imagination of all golfers who simply love the game. Jack himself describes the course as ‘the best links course I have ever designed’. The course demands a wide range of shots because of its unprotected exposure to the elements, its undulating and often unpredictable terrain, the fine coastal grasses and firmness of soil. It may not be as "pretty" as a traditional course, but it possesses an untamed raw beauty that is both inspiring and challenging. A true Links.

The Clubhouse - considered to be one of South Africa’s best on-course facilities - is just a two-minute stroll from the Lodge. Besides The Links Restaurant, Jack’s Bar and the Halfway House, the facility also boasts a brand new conference room, two lounges, the golf shop, locker rooms for players and an excellent Spa with fully-trained therapists ready to offer signature treatments. A swing by the golf academy will allow you to finesse your technique.

St Francis Links is rated no.6 on the Golf Digest 'Top Ten' list of golf courses in South Africa.

For information on the St Francis Links Course Layout visit their website.