Fancourt - The links Course
The Links at Fancourt is without doubt the most impressive piece of golf design and construction ever in South Africa. Fancourt owner Dr Hasso Plattner, who took a very hands-on function in the creation, commissioned a golf course, which would not only be a thorough test for every golfer, but would also rank among the top courses in the world.
Player’s design team spent months studying the classic links courses of Scotland and Ireland and then, armed with inspiration from the best that those countries had to offer, embarked on the ambitious task of recreating some of their finest holes to make a genuine links test on what was once an airfield.
The result is awe-inspiring and has elicited praise from some of the world’s finest golfers – The Links was the host venue for the 2003 Presidents Cup, which ended in an historic tie after a dramatic play-off between Tiger Woods and Ernie Els. In early 2005, it was the host venue for the Women’s World Cup of Golf, which was won by the diminutive duo of Rui Kitada and Ai Miyzato of Japan.
In December 2005 The Links hosted the SAA Open, the world’s second-oldest national Open Championship.
- Address George
- City George
- State/Province North West
- Country South Africa
- Allowed Players 1-4 players
- Holes 18
18 Hole Green Fee including taxes
How to get to Fancourt - The links Course , George (South Africa)
Near George on the Garden Route.
From the N2 airport off-ramp at George, follow the sign for Fancourt.
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