St Francis Bay Golf Club is renowned country-wide for its warm hospitality and a great club spirit, which has been the essence of the club over the years and continues to grow. For all golfers, the opportunity to visit St Francis Bay Golf Club for a couple of rounds should not be missed.
St Francis Bay Golf Course has been fashioned on an incredible piece of estate that overlooks the ocean. The club, originally a nine-hole course designed by Robert Grimsdell and funded by Leighton Hulett in 1975 was for private use but has since then incurred dramatic changes and a further 9 added by Maxwell in 1999 resulted in the 18 hole it is today.
Discover the destination that surpasses every expectation, every time – St Francis Links in St Francis Bay. Our world-class links golf course is a must on your golfing holiday itinerary. It’s the perfect blend of nature, relaxed living and the oldest of golfing traditions, and as Jack Nicklaus said, St Francis Links may well be “…the best golf course he has ever seen”. And while St Francis Bay is an outdoor enthusiasts’ hotspot with plenty of activities, restaurants and shops, you may find that here at The Links we have everything your heart desires, including a spa, breathtaking walks, a renowned restaurant and a wonderful function venue – all backed by our unwavering philosophy to “treat our members as Royalty and our guests as Members” during their stay.
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St Francis Bay Squash Club is home to two doubles courts and one single court. The club hosts an annual tournament in February/March which attracts players from around the world.
The sport of bowls is a healthy activity which caters for all ages both young and old. It creates a fun environment for the social player as well as an atmosphere for the competitive sports person.
There are a few tennis clubs in the Greater St Francis area with courts in Oyster Bay, Cape St Francis and St Francis Bay. To promote the sport and to meet new friends, non-members are always welcome.