Pezula Championship Golf Course
Pezula Championship Golf Course is located in the Western Cape of South Africa in the picturesque town of Knysna, the jewel of the world famous Garden Route. This stunningly beautiful golf course is a sweeping spectacle of fairways and greens rolling through the pristine Southern Cape landscape. The breathtaking, award-winning 18-hole golf course, designed by David Dale and Ronald Fream of GolfPlan USA, offers visitors who wish to play the ultimate golf course in Knysna, an unsurpassed golf experience, and rates amongst the best and the most scenic golf courses in the world.
In 2001, just a few months after it opened, the course was awarded Best New Golf Course in South Africa. In February 2005 Compleat Golfer rated it a Five Star Golf Experience. The Pezula Golf Club offers Clubhouse facilities that are in keeping with the overall five-star experience, and includes a terrace with spectacular views, restaurant, bar, golf shop, short game practice area and putting green. The Shareholders’ Lounge houses a library, private lounge, dining area and bar. Golf carts are obligatory. Proper golf attire applies and short socks are permitted. Soft spikes are compulsory. Rental sets of golf clubs are available for guests who do not bring their own clubs. Tee times must be booked in advance and handicaps are required. Golf lessons are available from the Club’s PGA Professionals.
Covering 254 hectares on the Knysna cliff-tops, the Pezula Championship Course has views of both the Knysna Lagoon and the Indian Ocean. Par for the course is 72.
It is designed to include a full range of shots, making it a challenging, rewarding and complete golf experience for players of all levels. Signature holes have been earmarked as the 13th and 14th.
The average round takes 4 hours 50 minutes, including a half-way break.