Experience 'exceptional luxury' at Fancourt

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Fancourt South Africa has launched a first of its kind ‘Pro Package’ for 2019 that comes complete with the expert tuition and guidance of a personal golfing professional.

Billed as an “exceptional luxury breakaway”, the package includes four nights’ accommodation at The Manor House, Fancourt’s ultra-exclusive 18-suite boutique hotel, as well as the opportunity to be pampered both on and off the estate’s golf courses. It also gives golfers the chance to tick their bucket list by gaining access to both the members-only private club and take on the No.1 ranked course, The Links.

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“The concept of offering individual golfers the added value of having their own golf pro for the duration of their stay is a world first for Fancourt estate and positions The Manor House and the estate’s three world-class courses at the pinnacle of South Africa’s golf tourism sector,” said Fancourt’s sales and marketing director, Peter Dros.

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“Pro Package guests will be greeted at George Airport by a personal butler with refreshments before being driven to The Manor House in the hotel’s chauffeured BMW.

"Their golf pro will greet them on arrival at the hotel and will go through the exciting itinerary with them, which includes a personal video assessment on the first afternoon and a round of golf on the Outeniqua, Montagu and Links courses, accompanied by the pro as part of an exclusive two-ball, with guidance and tuition along the way."

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Rates start from around £547 per person, sharing per night, staying in a Homewood Suite at the Manor House for a minimum of four nights. This rate includes one round on Montagu, Outeniqua and The Links courses as well as the lessons and a gift.

Contact Fancourt’s UK office for terms and conditions on 01403 243619.

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