Pay R30 for a Mashie course round OR pay R25 for a bucket of 100 Balls at The River Club (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a Mashie course round OR a bucket of 100 Balls
- Pay R30 for a Mashie course round, valued at R60
- OR pay R25 for a bucket of 100 Balls, valued at R50
- Beautiful golfing grounds
- Professionally trained golf coaches
- The River Club also boasts a 90-bay driving range
- Groupon redeemable for 1 month
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 021 448 6117
- Opening times: Monday, 11:00 to 19:00; Tuesday to Saturday, 8:00 to 19:00; Sunday, 8:00 to 18:00
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- The picture displayed is just a representation
- Terms & Conditions apply
Perfecting your golf swing can be a tricky business with your grip, stance and theory on the whereabouts of the Lochness monster all contributing to the perfect swift movement of the club meeting that dotty white ball. Today’s Groupon can help perfect your swing with a Mashie course round for R30 OR a bucket of 100 Balls for R25 at The River Club.
The gentleman’s game of golf, with its tartan inspired flat caps and shiny white shoes has been busying old men and striking up a new golf love-affairs in the younger generation for years. Situated in the peaceful suburb of Mowbray, The River Club is the perfect spot to relax while perfecting your drive. This club is a combination of a driving range and a short “mashie” course which makes it the ideal learning and practice facility where golfers at any level can improve all aspects of their game.
At the club you will be able to take full advantage of hitting 100 golf balls at the driving range or enjoying a mashie course round. The River Club’s Mashie course is a challenging 9-hole, par 27 and is a great way to get some short game practice. The River Club boasts a two-storey covered driving range along with a substantial grass and mat open range and is also equipped with floodlights and sheltered bays which works perfectly in the unpredictable Cape Town weather conditions.
Golfing fact: In 2002 a new golf course opened in Wellington, New Zealand that boasted to be the best course in the world. After an initial successful few weeks the course had to be closed down after guests complained about the rough terrain and an evil ferret that would stalk and steal their golf balls by stuffing them in his cheeks.