Abersoch Golf Club is located on the beautiful Cambrian Coast in Snowdonia, North Wales, the 18-hole course at Abersoch Golfing Club was designed by Harry Vardon in 1907. The course is a mixture of links and parkland golf, with tight fairways, undulating natural dunes and plenty of water features to contend with.
Abersoch Golf Club welcomes all visitors to play golf, to relax in the friendly atmosphere of the bar, to indulge in a freshly cooked restaurant meal or browse the latest equipment in the shop and pick up tips from the Pro. The welcome is what Clwb Golff Abersoch has always been renowned for. Societies, visitors and non-members are welcome be it to celebrate a decent round on our tight links holes, to drown sorrows on losing on the 18th or just to enjoy a quiet drink after a day on the beach. We always have guest and speciality beer barrels on tap as well as the usual selection of bitter, lagers and cider, together with a full choice of wines and spirits as well as soft drinks. Drinks can be enjoyed by the bar, in the recently extended clubhouse, with a meal in the restaurant or outside on the patio overlooking the 1st tee and 12th and 18th greens.
Newport Golfing Club was founded in 1903 and is regarded as one of the best parkland courses in South Wales, located 300 feet above sea level, amongst the birch, beech and oak trees of the ancient Llwyni Wood.
The topography of the course is gently undulating with lush fairways and strategic bunkers ensuring that the far reaching views of the countryside and the Bristol Channel are enjoyed. The Club has successfully hosted a number of major Men’s and Ladies’ Welsh and National Amateur events over many years, offering a beautiful, yet challenging course to golfers of all capabilities. Newport is a traditional yet progressive members’ golf club with no tee times for Members and offers a warm welcome to prospective new members and visitors alike. Visitors always receive a very warm welcome to Newport Golf Club and can look forward to an exhilarating round, followed by some of our renowned hospitality and catering. The historic Clubhouse complements the magnificent surroundings of Newport Golf Club. From the lounges and patio areas, you can indulge in the views of the first hole and the Bristol Channel beyond. It is the perfect location to complete your day’s golf, have a meal and take refreshments. The Golf Club has a reputation second to none for its friendly atmosphere topped by first class catering and bar facilities. We are in a position to offer a full range of golf packages and facilities, including corporate golf days, company days and social bookings. Visiting parties are especially welcome to enjoy all the facilities on offer and we can provide packages to meet all needs large and small.
Llanishen Golfing Club in North Cardiff, was founded in 1905, and is noted as an extremely friendly and welcoming Club. Awarded the prestigious Golf Club Managers Association ‘Team of the Year’ award in November 2019, you are guaranteed a fantastic service from the minute you arrive until the minute you leave.
Nearby Caerphilly Mountain provides a wonderful backdrop; golfers enjoy spectacular views from many areas of the course across the Bristol Channel over to the Somerset coast. Llanishen Golf Club has active Men’s and Ladies’ Sections, including golf for the over 60’s. There are lots of opportunities to play informal golf throughout the week, with knock out competitions and mixed events available throughout the summer. Societies and visitors are welcome throughout the year, but unfortunately due to the busy Competition calendar, not on Saturdays. Membership for the year is now available, limited spaces available! We extend a warm and friendly welcome to visitors so if you want to play golf on a fantastic course, no matter what time of the year with spectacular views then a visit to Llanishen is a must. Llanishen Golf Club was awarded the prestigious Golf Club Manager Association ‘Team of the Year award’ in November 2019. This bi-annual award is open to over 2500 golf clubs across the whole of the UK, and the team at Llanishen went through a rigorous short-listing and interview process over a number of months. This was truly a team effort and every single employee of the golf club played their part in the club winning this award.
Glamorganshire Golf Club, walk in the footsteps of early member Dr Stableford who conceived the most recognised scoring system in the golfing world at the Glamorganshire Golf Club back in the 1890’s. Challenge yourself to play some of the truest greens at Penarth in South Wales whilst simultaneously enjoying breath-taking views of the Vale of Glamorgan and South-West England across the Bristol Channel.
With mature woodland, wide and narrow fairways and water features, our 18-hole golf course is breathtakingly beautiful and a South Wales favourite. At 6,109 yards, the Glamorganshire Golf Club is a proper challenge for all abilities. If you like a golf course that is vast, woodland-fringed and surrounded by some of Wales’ most idyllic scenery then look no further. Our historic course is guaranteed to deliver a challenging golf day you’ll never forget. If you are looking for a challenge our tricky water hazards, tight fairways and state of the art bunkers will be perfect for you. With some of the truest greens in South Wales Glamorganshire provides a unique golfing experience all year round. At Glamorganshire Golf Club we have everything you need to enjoy an amazing game of golf. We have a grass driving and chipping area as well as a brand new Eco-bunker where you can work on your short game, as well as maintained 9 hole putting green. Creature comforts include trolleys and a fleet of 5 buggies available to hire, and changing facilities with showers and lockers in the clubhouse. At Glamorganshire Golf Club we stock the latest golf clothing trends and styles. Our collection boasts leading brands such as: Footjoy, Under Armour, Ping, Glenmuir & Sunderland. Our clothing collection is available in crested and non-crested to satisfy all needs. We are also official stockists of Garmin, Bushnell, Motocaddy and Powakaddy. As members of the UK’s largest golf buying group, Foremost Golf, we are able to source almost any golf related items at highly competitive prices. Give us a try, you will not be disappointed.
Royal Porthcawl Golfing Club – Championship links golf course in South Wales, UK. Host of The 2013 Wales Golf Senior Open and The 2014 Golf Senior Open Championship.
The number of tournaments held at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club over the years is as varied as it is long and, being in Wales, it comes as no surprise that every Welsh Championship has been played on the Glamorgan Links. The Amateur Championship has visited the course no fewer than 7 times and, on the first occasion in 1951, was won by the American Dick Chapman. The 1965 Championship produced one of the great finishes in the Championships history – the legendary Sir Michael Bonallack got off to a terrible start in the final round an found himself 7 down after 8 holes to Clive Clark. However, he showed extraordinary resolve to claw the deficit back and win 2 and 1! Maybe, the lunch break had something to do with his victory as on his way out for the afternoon round he put 6d into the fruit machine and won the Jackpot! Professional golf has also played a major role at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club and in 1932 and 1933 it hosted the first Penfold tournament, won in its first year by Percy Allis, a former assistant at the club and father of the well known golfer and commentator, Peter. In 1961, The Dunlop Masters attracted a small field of 30 and was won by Peter Thompson, who’s searing one iron into the last, in a howling gale, ensured victory by 8 shots from Christie O‘Connor.
At the Vale Golf Resort in South Wales yes, golf should be a challenge, we believe it should also be fun. Whether visiting on a corporate golf day or perfecting your technique on a golfing break, it’s rare to find a golfer who has not been left just a little smitten after a round on either of our two championship golf courses.
At the Vale golf resort we’ve hosted everything, from PGA and European golf championships to charity days, company events to golf enthusiast society days. Our professional team understand what makes an exceptional golfing experience. We’ll take care of it all, leaving you free to concentrate on your swing. After play, escape to the 19th hole – our warm and friendly clubhouse – where you can review that memorable shot that makes the day worthwhile. If you want to look the part, check out the deals at our pro shop. With mature woodland, wide and narrow fairways, and lake and water features, our 18-hole golf courses are breathtakingly beautiful and a South Wales favourite. At 7,433 yards, the Wales National is a proper challenge, as is the Lake Course, but for different reasons, with water coming in to play on 13 holes. One of the many positives about playing golf is having the perfect excuse to escape for a golf break whenever the mood takes you. The Vale Golf Resort knows what makes golf holidays and golf weekends memorable. After all, we’ve been arranging them for decades. A golf break here offers two championship 18-hole golf courses, with all the trappings you’d expect from a top-class golfing resort. That said, those seeking the stuffy pomp and ceremony often associated with golf clubs of our calibre will be disappointed.
Celtic Manor Golf Resort, home of The 2010 Ryder Cup and host venue of the NATO Summit 2014, the five-star Celtic Manor Resort in Newport is set in more than 2,000 acres of panoramic parkland at the gateway to Wales. Follow in the footsteps of golfing giants and discover our three world-class championship courses just like the stars of the recent European Tour tournaments.
With four hotels – a 330-room luxury Resort Hotel, an historic 19th century Manor House with 70 rooms, the 148-room Coldra Court and the Newbridge on Usk country inn with six bedrooms – a large convention centre, two exceptional spas, two state-of-the-art health clubs, fishing, adventure golf, treetop high ropes course and tennis courts, the Celtic Manor Collection provides a complete experience for business, leisure and golf travellers. A choice of seven restaurants including Steak on Six, Pad serving passionate Asian dishes, and the Newbridge on Usk, a separate country inn with six bedrooms. In 2014, the Resort opened 10 new Hunter Lodges to offer a luxurious self-catering option to guests. The Celtic Manor offers the ultimate year-round golfing getaway and is one of Europe’s finest golfing destinations ,let us organise something special for your corporate or society golf day.
Silver Birch Golf Club is one of the most popular pay and play courses on the North Wales golfing scene all situated within a picturesque rural Welsh village.
Bryn & Menna Jones created Silver Birch Golf Club from their redundant farmland with the help of Mr Howard Davies of ADAS, an agricultural advisory board, and Mr Stewart Finney who designed the course. They diversified out of farming long before it became fashionable to do so. Silver Birch is a quality 18-hole Golf & FootGolf course just off the North Wales A55 expressway. We have unadulterated beautiful scenery from each and every fairway. FootGolf, a combination of two of the nations favourite sports was introduced in March 2015 and is available from 1pm daily.
Silver Birch is the place that emphasis the enjoyment of your Golf or FootGolf. It’s the place that puts the FUN back into your game. The place to relax after a stressful day in the office. Enjoy stunning views of the sea and hills on both of our 9-hole courses. Unwind as you play one of our 9-hole courses or combine both for an 18-hole round. We welcome golfers of all abilities. The course is challenging for the low handicap player whilst still being accessible for the beginner.
Langland Bay golf club in Swansea has a long tradition of meeting high demand in every way, in a setting and style that has earned a long-held reverence in British golfing circles.
There are great views and there are great golf courses, rarely do they come together with such perfection as they do at Langland Bay golf club. High above the golden Gower sand is a cliff top clearly designed by nature with only one purpose in mind, breathtaking golf. The elevation brings 360-degree views, across the spectacular Bristol Channel in one direction, and the distant Brecon Beacons in the other. This is Langland Bay, where every drive has an astonishing backdrop and every club has a part to play. Keep your head down? You must be joking. The views are never the same twice, yet always breathtaking. The clubhouse boasts an enviable reputation for its warm welcome and unparalleled outlook over the broad sweep of Langland Bay.
Conwy Golf Club promotes and actively encourages the enjoyment of golfing at all levels, within a friendly and welcoming environment all set in a beautiful North Wales location. Conwy Golf Club offer a unique golfing experience on a championship links course and invite you to face the challenge, admire the scenery and enjoy the welcome.
It is a championship links golf course that can be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities, from beginners to champions. The stunning location on the North Wales Coastline combined with the challenging links Golf course will provide a memorable experience for all golfers, and our aim is to ensure that everyone has an enjoyable and rewarding day. We invite you to Face the Challenge – Admire the scenery – Enjoy the welcome. The course lies at the mouth of the River Conwy, overlooked on its south side by Conwy Mountain and on its north side, overlooking the Conwy Estuary and the Great Orme. This stunning location and the challenging but fair links course will provide a memorable experience for all visiting golfers, and our aim is to ensure that each visitor will have an enjoyable and rewarding day. The Club is committed to supporting both local and national charities. Our section about Conwy Golf Club in the community outlines the various charities supported by the club in general, and by the Captains in particular.