South Africa: Golf Mecca

South Africa: Golf Mecca

Go for the Elephants, Stay for the Golf By Barry Lotz JD PhD Since leaving South Africa many moons ago, I have returned at least 20 times, if not more. It is one of the most beautiful countries inhabited by wonderful people, living in the most spectacular destinations. Getting to South Africa from the United

Go for the Elephants, Stay for the Golf

By Barry Lotz JD PhD

Since leaving South Africa many moons ago, I have returned at least 20 times, if not more. It is one of the most beautiful countries inhabited by wonderful people, living in the most spectacular destinations.

Getting to South Africa from the United States, Canada, or Mexico, whether to Johannesburg or Cape Town, is a long flight from the West Coast (24 hours actual flying) and from Atlanta (17+ hours).The most highly recommended air carriers are Qatar Airways from LAX, Delta, or Emirates Air which is also marvelous, but flying time and routing are not as favorable.

I highly recommend the service on Qatar’s Business Class/First Class, as it is beyond amazing. The seats, with their oversized personal TVs and sleeping pods, are so enjoyable. On-call food service is over the top – at any time, you can order any item from the menu….

If you are a golfer, you are in for a treat. Just outside of Gondwana lie phenomenal championship and world-class golf courses such as Pinnacle Point, Pezula,  (Ernie Els’s design) and Fancourt (Gary Player).

If you think Pebble Beach is beautiful and a 10 star rating, Pinnacle Point is a 15-star rating! The views are incredible with whales and porpoises following along from hole to hole along the coastline. More

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