Malmesbury Golf Club

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Malmesbury is the largest town in the Swartland and is about 65km north of Cape Town. It is especially known for its grain and wine cultivation as well as sheep and poultry farming.

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Saturday 02 December 2017 (Morning & Afternoon field).
Fourball Stableford Alliance (2 scores to count)
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Friday 01 December 2017 (Morning & Afternoon field).
Fourball Stableford Alliance (2 scores to count)
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We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your most generous support and sponsorship of the 2016 Malmesbury Golf Club Swartland Classic. If you are a new sponsor, we welcome you as a valued 2017 Swartland Classic contributor.
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Malmesbury Golf Course was established in 1960 and is popular among locals and Capetonians alike especially in the Cape's difficult wet winter conditions as an attractive parkland course with views over the Paardeberg Mountains and with Table Mountain clearly visible on clear days. The well maintained tree-lined fairways lead to very good bent grass greens.

Mount Royal Golf and Country Estate is the home of the Malmesbury Golf Club. Plans are in place to upgrade the current 9 holes to an 18 hole layout with the 2nd nine meandering through the Golf Estate.
Malmesbury is the largest town in the Swartland and is about 65km north of Cape Town. It is especially known for its grain and wine cultivation as well as sheep and poultry farming. The town originally developed around a tepid sulphur spring and the first farms were allocated in 1703. The area was first known as "Het Zwartland" (Black Land) apparently because of the typical rhinoceros bush, which has a black appearance during a certain time of the year. When the fifth Dutch Reformed congregation in the Cape was established here, it became known as Zwartlands-kerk but was renamed Malmesbury in 1829 by the Cape governor Sir Lowry Cole in honour of his father-in-law Sir James Harris, First Earl of Malmesbury. The town acquired municipal status in 1860.
Malmesbury Golf Club is available as an events destination. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, the views of Table Mountain and the friendly staff. The clubhouse venue can used for Business Meetings, Presentations, Exhibitions, Birthdays, Christenings, Reunions etc.
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To avoid embarrassment to yourself and the club, please obey the dress code. the following is strictly not allowed:
Jeans of any kind (on the course), “camouflage” type pants, T-shirts, other than Golf Wear, Swimming Trunks / Baggies & Thongs/Slops and Beach type Sandals
“Spaghetti Strap” tops, Tank / Sun tops, Jeans of any kind (on the course), Leggings & Thongs/Slops and Beach type Sandals

Malmesbury Golf Club's Opening & Closing Hours;

During the Summer: 7h00 – 18h00
During the Winter: 7h30 – 17h00
Marius Foot, well-known local food fundi, has opened the Halfway House Restaurant at the Malmesbury Golf Club. His food is excellent and his extensive menu is very good value for money (There is not one items on the menu exceeding R100!). There is a buffet breakfast available on weekends and traditional Sunday lunches every week.
The restaurant hours are from 08h00 – late Tuesday to Saturday and from 08h00 to 14h00 on Sundays.

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