Your golfing journey is not complete until you have in played on our course, along the shores of False Bay. Whether you get to tangle with the famous South-Easter, or lose concentration at the beauty around you, this is a memorable experience. The Simon's Town Golf Club was founded in 1913 and is the only 9 hole course on the Cape Peninsula. This links course has a rating of 62, and has views of the sea and mountains from every tee & green.
We are affiliated to the South African Golf Association (SAGA) and are a member of the Western Province Golf Union (WPGU).
FIRE DAMAGE REPAIRS UPDATE
Here is the update from this mornings handover of the Club to the Contractors.
1: Beginning of work – Tuesday or Wednesday next week.
2: 35 working days until completion.
3: Annex will be closed from Tuesday, 03rd until Friday, 13th November.
4: Latest completion date is the 22nd December.
5: Work to start in the Annex and Foyer.
6: Kitchen will be closed for a minimum of 2 days (dates to be advised).
We’ll be liaising with Naz on a daily basis and will update you accordingly.
Check the whatsapp link on the right for more info….
Morning Everybody, repairs to the ceiling in the lounge is underway . The tiling and sheet roofing should be completed by Wednesday according to the contractors.
The clubs squash courts are open again.
With the assistance of Fish Hoek Croquet Society, Irene Zastera of Simonsberg Estate and her fellow residents have started a Croquet Section which will be attached to Simon’s town Country Club.
Fish Hoek Croquet Society have kindly loaned Irene mallets and offer lessons to anyone who is interested in taking up the game.
Irene and her fellow competitors gather every Wednesday at 14h00 to play, the cost of which is R45.00 per person.
For further information , Irene can ce contacted on 021 7861199 or WhatsApp on 082 809 5617
We’ve have some very special news for you all.
As of Monday, 15th June the Golf Course will be open for business to Members and Non-Members alike.
However, in order to do so we, (The Club), have had to abide by certain rules as negotiated between GOLFRSA and Government.