Pinnacle Point Beach and Golf Estate is a haven for the discerning golfer.
The 18-hole championship golf course was designed by well-known South African golf course architect Peter Matkovich, who opened the course together with top Irish Tour Golf Professional Darren Clarke in November 2006.
However, there are more activities and destinations in the area for those who aren’t planning to spend their whole trip on the green!
Food and Beverage:
Pinnacle Point is becoming increasingly famous for its magnificent Pinnacle Restaurant, located in the stunning clubhouse. The restaurant also caters to children and has a special Children’s Menu available.
Pinnacle Point is now a Heritage Site, where remarkable finds have been uncovered. Join an official guided tour and discover the history of modern man.
Mountain bike trails:
Pinnacle Point has laid out mountain bike trails through the nature reserve area, where one can choose from a shorter “easy” ride through to a longer harder trail for the more energetic!
Trails, walks and runs:
Pinnacle Point has a number of easily accessible walks. These include those on the paths around the estate together with trails through our nature reserve area. One can also access the remarkable St. Blaise trail that goes right along the estate.
Other highlights include:
- Nature reserve with game viewing (Including antelope, zebra and ostrich)
- Bird watching and fishing
- Two magnificent beaches: Oyster Bay and Eden Bay.
- Garden Route Casino
- Tennis court
- Swimming pool
- Children’s play area next to the central pool
- Golf driving range and practice area
- Peak Performance Centre: One of the most technologically advanced golf teaching and club fitting repairs centres.