Mossel Bay Golf Club (18)

Mossel Bay Golf featured.

General Information

Golfers can see the sea from every tee on this layout, perched atop imposing cliffs that plummet into the Indian Ocean. Although not overly long, Mossel Bay has tricky modern golfing greens and the golf course is susceptible to sea breezes.

Mossel Bay Golf 1.


  • Bar
  • Big Screen TV
  • Board Room
  • Chipping Green
  • Driving Range
  • Function Facilities
  • Golf Carts
  • Halfway House
  • Lobby
  • Locker Rooms
  • Lounge
  • Practice Bunker
  • Pro Shop
  • Putting Green
  • Restaurant
  • Squash Courts
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Golf club hire
  • Pull trolleys

Green Fees

18 holes
Golf CartsR110
Non Aff. VisitorR200
SAGA Aff. VisitorR140

On Course

Course Policy

Open Mondays

Visitors welcome everyday (Wed & Sat members first option)

Days Closed

Christmas Day

Dress Code

  • Bar: Casual, no jeans, t-shirts
  • Clubhouse: Casual, no jeans, t-shirts
  • Course: Casual, no jeans, t-shirts
  • Golf shoes (spikes): Soft

Course Rating

Par Rating7272
SAGA Rating7171

Course Difficulty


Contact Details

Tel: +27 44 691 2379

Fax: +27 44 691 3819

Email: [email protected]

Physical Address

17th Street, Mossel bay, 6506, South Africa


Situated in the southern Cape area of South Africa, Mosselbaai is one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the Garden Route. Long known as a quaint little fishing village waking up only at the start of the ‘season’ – when just about everyone from the interior would converge on the seaside for Christmas and the New Year celebrations – Mosselbaai has now grown into an all year round friendly holiday haven.

Mossel Bay Golf.

First-class accommodation, shops crammed with curios and souvenirs, and mod cons to rival any found in the First World contrast delightfully with bare feet and vendors selling their wares on sidewalks in easy-going Africa mode. Structures built from dressed sandstone dating from the early days of the town stand side by side with modern architecture – some of outstanding quality, others not so much so. And the weather is tailormade to melt away those winter woes…

Also known as Mossel Bay, the name Mosselbaai literally means “Bay of Mussels.” Unfortunately most of these mussels are now gone, but the town is still famous for its sole, and no visit would be complete without tasting this delicious fish at any of the fine restaurants in the area.

But the “Mossel Bay” with its miles of beaches along the Indian Ocean, spectacular views of the Outeniqua Mountains and lively seal colony is not our only claim-to-fame. The area also has a rich archaeological and cultural history dating back about 350 thousand years.


From Cape Town travel on the N2 towards Mossel Bay. Take the Mossel bay turn-off. Drive into town; you will be on Marsh Street. Before going down the steep hill turn right and right again into 17th Avenue where you will find the golf course.