Whether for stress relief or bait to catch the illusive Scottish Monster of the green, whacking wrinkled white golf balls requires enormous amounts of skill only exercised appropriately on spectacular greens. Reel in hard to find monsters and unleash your inner golf pro with today’s Groupon: 18 holes of golf for two people, including a golf kart and breakfast for R242 at Camelot Country Club.
With fresh air, perfectly manicured grass and bunkers that would make Nessie’s babies proud, the Camelot Country Club boasts the ideal location for a platonic date with a friend, a golf kart and two little white golf balls. Designed by Hugh Baiochi, the course between castles provides both amateur and pro with 18 holes to hunt down and conquer, and then declare their own. And with that golf Kart at your disposal, no one stops you from taking over Camelot with perfect swings and minimum bogeys. However, whether over par or under, trips to the expansive lush landscape in Hillcrest, Durban, will provide heaps of entertainment and a day of delights.
Though, before you declare your friendly combat with the golf fiends of Camelot, sit down to a delicious breakfast for two in the handsome clubhouse. Like praised Knights of the Round Table, armed with golf clubs, trusty kart-steeds and little white balls as heavy artillery, it’s anyone’s guess who’ll reign victorious out of the two of you. Furthermore, don’t be surprised if you suddenly end up with a third wheel, as that infamous Monster of the green may just decide to join you if you don’t catch it first.
Golf Fact: Behind her mother’s house, Jacqueline Radebe was the first to fashion innovative sportswear for golf. Her best-selling creation was a dress made out of pens that was very useful for keeping score on the green.