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Golf courses in Wales

Golf in stunning surroundings

Golf courses in Wales

Wales provides the perfect location for your golfing holiday. Choose from over 200 courses, many of which are located in stunning surroundings. There are perfect links courses by the sea, championship courses and some located amongst famous valleys. Golf&Hotel has the best-golfing offers for you, whether you are looking for a hotel on the golf course or golf packages.

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Royal Porthcawl Golf Club

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Porthcawl

The 18-hole Royal Porthcawl Golf Club located on Swansea Bay south of Swansea town is ranked No. 1 golf course in Wales.
The links course has a magnificent setting sloping down to the seashore with memorable sea views from every hole, south to Somerset and Exmoor, and to the Gower Peninsula. The Royal Porthcawl Golf Club is venue to many important tournaments.

Aberdovey Golf Club

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Aberdovey

Aberdovey is, without a doubt, a living testament to the unique characteristics of links golf. Playing golf here is much more than just a social and sporting activity. It can be considered a journey where you can lose yourself in the beauty of the game nurtured within the beauty of the landscape. Even if you are playing poorly - you will still be uplifted and energized by the golf experience.

Aberystwyth Golf Club

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Aberystwyth

Situated above the Mid Wales coastal town, Aberystwyth Golf Course is blessed with stunning views over Cardigan Bay. From Snowdonia and the Lleyn Peninsula to the Preseli Mountains in Pembrokeshire, there is hardly a comparable view from any golf course, anywhere.

Cottrell Park Golf Resort

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Cardiff

At Cottrell Park, we want each and every one of our guests to feel welcome from the moment they enter the resort to the moment they leave us smiling. We want you to enjoy our state-of-the-art facilities and award winning services, with the help of our friendly and knowledgeable staff.

 

Fairwood Park Golf Club

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Swansea

Situated in the heart of the Gower peninsula, and just 15 minutes from the center of Swansea, Fairwood Park boasts 18 holes of stunning Championship golf in over 150 acres of parkland terrain.

Langland Bay Golf Club

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Swansea

Langland Bay has always been a hospitable golf club, where members enjoy rubbing shoulders with visitors from all over the world. We have a variety of packages to suit individuals, small groups, societies, and competitions, as well as a number of recognized accommodation providers.

 

Pennard Golf Club

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Swansea

Pennard is a classic rugged links course situated 200ft above sea level leading to it being known as “"The Links in the Sky"”. It is blessed with free training ground, which remains playable all year round with tight lies, running fairways and firm fast greens. Along with the unique golf course, there are fantastic views of the famous Three Cliffs Bay over to Oxwich Bay.

 

Silver Birch Golf Course

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Abergele

Silver Birch Golf Club or Betws Yn Rhos Golf Club is a picturesque 18 hole golf course situated in the hills above the Beautiful North Wales Coast Line.

Ashburnham Golf Club

Burry Port,

Ashburnham Golf Club has been established since 1894 with the traditional clubhouse built in 1924 which has been sympathetically extended and improved over the years.

Bryn Meadows Golf

Caerphilly

Established in 1973, this mature tree-lined parkland course offers a different challenge from every tee whilst enjoying the stunning views over the surrounding Welsh countryside.

Bull Bay Golf Club

Amlwch

Laid out above the rugged coastline on the beautiful holiday island of Anglesey, every tee commands panoramic views over the Isle of Anglesey to the mountains of Snowdonia, or over the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man, or even to the distant hills of the Lake District.

Caernarfon Golf Club

Caernarfon

Sitting on the shores of the Menai straits, Caernarfon golf course has wonderful panoramic views of the Snowdonia mountain range with equally stunning views of Anglesey and some of its beaches. Although in close proximity to the sea, Caernarfon is a parkland course, with true running greens and lush fairways. Providing a challenge for all skill levels and measured at just over 6,000 yards. It requires accuracy and good course management. Our aim is to provide hassle free enjoyable golf.  Our Professional of many years, Aled Owen will only be too glad to help you with any requirements, and can of course organise your complete day.Our caterer, Enid, prides herself on her reputation of providing excellent home cooked food.

 

Carmarthen Golf Club

Carmarthenshire

Golf has been played here since 1907, designed by J H Taylor who really left his mark.
The course is carved through the Gwili Valley and offers a parkland layout that will challenge you and excite you at the same time. The view can only be described as breath taking.

Clyne Golf Club

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Swansea

Designed by the legendary Harry Colt in the 1920’s, this moorland course offers a fine test of golf for all levels of handicap. Clyne prides itself on the fact that they have all year round grass tees and championship quality greens.

Conwy (Caernarvonshire) Golf Club

Conwy

Conwy Golf Club promotes and actively encourages the enjoyment of golf at all levels, within a friendly and welcoming environment. It is a championship links Golf course that can be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities, from beginners to champions.

Criccieth Golf Club

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Criccieth

Criccieth Golf Club has played an important role in the town's heritage. Formed in 1905, one of its founding members was none other than the famous British Prime Minister and local hero David Lloyd George .The premier regularly played at Criccieth with the local boys, but there were occasions when he mixed business with pleasure, and is known to have played here one afternoon with his colleagues Winston Churchill and Andrew Bonar Law.

Holyhead Golf Club

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Holyhead

Enjoying fantastic views towards the mountains of Snowdonia and situated only 1 mile from the port of Holyhead, gateway to Ireland, the course is a challenging heathland 18 hole championship course with some of the best greens to be found anywhere.

Machynys Peninsula Golf & Country Club

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Llanelli

Opening to a blaze of publicity in 2005, Machynys is a Nicklaus designed 7121-yard modern links golf course that has already hosted an unprecedented 8 championships, including 2 R&A Open Championships and 4 Ryder Cup Wales LET Championships of Europe.

Maesteg Golf Club

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Maesteg

The golf club delivers a course sculpted from naturally picturesque surroundings with pronounced rolling terrain and stunning views of 2 counties from our hill top location. A real treat for the society golfer or any visitor who likes a very warm welcome from what is inherently a player’s club.

Neath Golf Club

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Neath

The course is a magnificent test of golf and is one of the best in South Wales offering a different challenge on every hole. Offering some of the most breathtaking vistas in South Wales the classic par 72 layout is suitable for golfers of all levels of skill and experience with four sets of tees to cater for everyone.

Nefyn & District Golf Club

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Pwllheli

Visitors to Nefyn Golf Club, with its unique 27 hole layout, have the choice of playing The Old or The New Courses, though it is to be hoped that they allow themselves enough time to experience the challenge of both.

Pontardawe Golf Club

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Pontardawe

Situated in the upper Swansea Valley overlooking the small town of Pontardawe, this impeccably manicured, picturesque golf course offers a unique location for playing golf. The course is set at 600 feet above sea level and is semi-parkland. At just over 6100 yards and par 70, the course provides an excellent challenge for all standards of golfers.

Porthmadog Golf Club

Porthmadog

We’d like to extend a warm welcome to all our guests at Porthmadog Golf Club.  Our course and clubhouse offers everything required for a great day out whether with family and friends or on a society golf day.

Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club

Bridgend

Pyle and Kenfig Golf Course with its lofty sand dunes hugging the South Wales coast of Porthcawl is situated in a wonderful stretch of golfing country. Glorious views and historic associations adorn this undulating course with its natural hazard of hillocks, valleys and towering dunes. Panoramic views, The Bristol Channel, the Gower Peninsula, Sker House and the magnificent Welsh Mountains can all be seen from various points.

If you are thinking about playing golf in Wales, Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club is the ideal course for you.

 

Rolls of Monmouth Golf Club

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Monmouth

The Rolls of Monmouth Golf Club, with its championship 6,733 yard golf course, is set in superb countryside with spectacular views of the Welsh hills. It is one of the most outstanding golf courses, not just in Wales, but in the whole of the UK.

Royal St. David's Golf Club

Harlech

A Finish Equal of Any

The Par 69 course has been increased to a challenging 6,629 yds from the Championship Tees following the extension of the practice ground and the reconfiguration of the 17th hole in 2008. It is noted for a succession of long testing par 4 holes and 5 par 3's, which vary in length and direction. A feature is the large size of the greens.

The last 5 holes form a loop through the dunes that provide a finish the equal of any'.

 

Southerndown Golf Club

Bridgend

This 'limestone-heathland-links' presented the original course architects with a unique tableau on which to work. Willie Fernie, Herbert Fowler, Willie Park, Harry Colt and Donald Steel - some great names in golf course design - have all played their part over the years in creating Southerndown as we know it today.

Swansea Bay Golf Club

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Neath

This historic and prestigious Golf Club founded in 1892 and constructed on the estate then owned by the Earl of Jersey, still remains proprietary owned today. This links course is a demanding Par 72, SSS 72 of some 6,459 yards and is a true test to every golfer, with tight lies and undulating fairways with numerous natural dunes to contend with.

The Celtic Manor Resort

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Valley, Newport,

The Celtic Manor Resort is a world-class destination for golf, with three championship courses, The Twenty Ten, Roman Road and The Montgomerie, plus state of the art Golf Academy and two luxury clubhouses.

The Gower Golf Club

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West Glamorgan

The Gower Golf Club was formed in 1995, by founders John and Olwen Richards and their son Adrian. Prior to this date it was a successful dairy farm producing pedigree dairy cows. The Richards name was synonymous with achievement in the farming community.

THE LAKE COURSE

Hensol

One of two exceptional UK golf courses at the Vale Resort, the well-established and aptly named par 72 Lake Course – which has staged numerous Wales and West PGA professional championships - is dominated by a 20-acre lake and has water coming into play on 12 of its holes. Its 8th hole looks down over the largest heronry in Wales. Its unique signature hole, The Island Green (12th), is ranked one of the UK's top golf holes.

 

THE WALES NATIONAL

Hensol

The award winning Wales National Golf Course mixes up mature woodland, fearsome bunkers, tricky water features and USGA standard greens to make for a challenging round of golf. It's one of the UK and Europe's newest championship golf courses, and at 7,433 yards from the championship tees - it's one of the longest golf courses outside the USA.

 

Woodlake Park Golf Club

Monmouthshire

Set in 140 acres in one of the most beautiful areas of Gwent, the Woodlake Park course and clubhouse overlooks the spectacular Llandegfedd reservoir, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and the Vale of Usk.