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About Strand Golf Course

New championship layout with abundant water hazards and bunkers. Many of the holes on the back 9 play in semi-links style. Near the famed Strand Beach and Stellenbosch wine estates.

Telephone:
021 853 6268
Website:
http://www.strandgol​fclub.co.za/
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Strand Golf Course is 3.5km from the centre of Somerset West , the nearest airport 28.4km (Cape Town International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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