yes, the ocean views are tempting for a good course rating, but that's not part of the golf. maximum rating to me is 3,5*. the only challenges on this hilly course are the up and down plays and the undulated greens. otherwise no trees, wide open fairways, some bunkers without any drama and some bushes and high grass on the sides. the *championship course*-argument seems to be mainly because of some long holes, if you play the back-tees. walking is not allowed and would be a bit tough, because of long walks between greens and next tee-boxes – typical real estate. there are better and less expensive courses around knysna. you pay for noblesse, but the course isn't.
K. Per280 Reviews
A scenic delight
3.0 of 5 starsReviewed March 17, 2020
The layout of the course is a real treat due to the view of the Knysna River and the other side of the Indian Ocean. The course on a ridge impresses with very beautiful fairways (5 and 14, and ...), excellent greens, extremely fast, on track and undulated. We had a very strong wind (and the Corona Virus in the back of our minds) and so was our game.
The big drawback of the course were the very wet fairways, an extremely large number of “ground in repair” areas and the bad, extremely hard bunkers. Unfortunately!
You still have to play space due to the landscape.
With great expectation we drove to Pezula (f / 6 & m / 8). After Pinnacle Point, Mossel Bay and Oubaai this was unfortunately a bad experience, reception, instruction, friendliness were underground. Unfortunately, things went even worse on the pitch afterwards. The greens were strewn with stones, the fairways were very large in GUR, and the rest could hardly be described as a fairway. The square itself as such, well, an attempt to sell it as a creative and spectacular design has, in my opinion, completely failed. You can just leave it out and visit the less advertised facilities.
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