Gary Player`s Goose Valley Golf Club a bargain in South Africa

Released on = April 23, 2007, 1:40 pm

Press Release Author = GolfPublisher Syndications

Industry = Media

Press Release Summary = Player\'s Goose Valley Golf Club delivers beauty on a budget.
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Press Release Body = By Brandon Tucker,
Staff Writer,
Golf Publisher Syndications

Plettenberg Bay\' offers two golf courses including Goose Valley Golf Club, a Gary
Player design at the Turtle Creek Estate. With affordable green fees, spectacular
scenery and wineries nearby, the \"Garden Route\" in South Africa\'s Western Cape is a
popular golf vacation spot.

As is the case everywhere along the \"Garden Route\" in South Africa\'s Western Cape,
there is beauty here on every mountaintop and rocky shore. Ostrich and elephant
farms dot the coastline, as do a host of up-and-coming wineries.

Plett is the kind of place that ensures you don\'t waste a minute indoors - not even
at night, which you\'ll want to spend among the bronzed young bodies in the main
drag\'s patio bars. An afternoon would be well-spent at Goose Valley Golf Club, one
of the town\'s two courses.

South African icon Gary Player built Goose Valley at the Turtle Creek Estate in
2002. He has a house on property and stays here with his family about two weeks a

Sitting just off the coastline, Goose Valley is filled with native wildlife and
offers stunning views of the ocean and mountains. It now compliments nearby
Plettenberg Bay Country Club, the town\'s first course, established more than 70
years ago.

This is one of the least expensive of Player\'s 200-plus designs worldwide, peaking
at 270 rand ($38) in the summer. It fills a valuable niche on the upscale Garden
Route, which has 16 courses, including seven Player designs.

\"A lot of the courses are too expensive on the Garden Route, we feel,\" said Vaughan
Tucker, director of golf at Goose Valley. \"They\'re not priced competitively enough.
It\'s in our favor, because a lot of people come see us because it\'s a good price.\"

They get a lot for their money. This 6,048-meter course doesn\'t skimp on either
scenery or shot-making.

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April 23, 2007
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