Design masterpiece Pinnacle Point Golf Course owes its prowess to world-class architect Peter Matkovich and golfer Darren Clarke. Carpeting the cliffs around Mossel Bay in the Garden Route, the course offers arresting views of the ocean as its slams its white-capped waves against the rocky shore. Secluded beaches, wild fynbos, raucous seabirds and rewarding glimpses of marine life characterize this magnificent course. Of the four hundred-hectare resort, one hundred hectares thrive as a nature reserve, spoiling the avid golfer with a matchless organic experience.
After opening in 2006, Pinnacle Point was selected as one of the Top Ten New Golf Courses of the World by the American publication Travel & Leisure in January 2007. Since then, Pinnacle Point has maintained recognition for its outstanding service standards, having been awarded the Compleat Golfer 5-star Experience Award. Assessment is based on various categories, including clubhouse facilities, golf course, halfway house, practice facilities, customer service quality, price/value relationship, services offered and ambiance.
In full admiration of their work, Matkovich has labeled this links-style course as “the most dramatic golf course site [he’s] ever encountered anywhere in the world”, while Clarke calls Pinnacle Point “the best golf course on the planet”. A golf holiday that includes Pinnacle Point Golf Course may be combined with all the treasures the region has to offer, from spectacular seafood and dining opportunities to shark cage diving and dolphin or whale encounters.
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