You can basically see the sea from every Tee
The Jeffrey’s Bay Golf Course is situated in Jeffreys Bay in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
The course has 9 holes with 18 tee boxes, the front nine and the back nine. It is a 72 par parklands golf course with Kikuyu grass fairways and Bayview greens. The course was designed by Piet Vermaak in 1967.
Situated 70 meters above sea level, the course ensures beautiful views of the sea – “you can basically see the sea from every tee!” Enjoy a round of golf on a course that is easy enough to stroll along, however, carts are available from the Clubhouse. The Club holds a “Chicken Run” 9-hole competition every Friday, members and visitors are welcome.
Green fees vary between R30 and R170. Prices are subject to change so it is recommended that interested parties contact the Golf Course directly.
The Golf Club is open Monday to Sunday.
Competition Days, Wednesday and Saturday
Jeffrey’s Bay has a warm climate throughout the year with colder evenings in the winter months.
Summer months, November to March will have average temperatures of between 14˚C and 25˚C with fair rainfall all year round, the driest months are December, January and February.
Winter months, May to August will have average temperatures of between 9˚C and 21˚C with August to October being its peak rainy season.
Commercial Airlines offer flights into Port Elizabeth International Airport. Car hire facilities are available and self-drive trips can be taken along the N2 highway or you can contact J-Bay Cabs who offer shuttle services from the airport and in and around the town.
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