Tenby GC is Wales’ oldest course measuring over 6,600 yards. It’s a traditional style links course that very much represents “golf as it was”.
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The Rolls of Monmouth GC is a pristine championship parkland course set in idyllic countryside with views a plenty.
St Mellons GC is a well-established (est. 1937) picturesque parkland course designed by Harry S. Colt set in South East Wales, just outside the nation’s capital of Cardiff.
The Glamorganshire GC is a James Braid design championship parkland course that is home to the Stableford scoring system.
Royal Porthcawl GC is the no.1 ranked golf course in Wales and it’s easy to see why. This true championship links plays over 7,000 yards off the black pegs and boasts stunning sea views that help it rank among the best courses in the UK.
Machynys Peninsula GC is a Nicklaus design course located in Llanelli in South West Wales. This modern links is extremely well architected, with 18 superb holes of championship golf.
Southerndown GC is not your typical championship links course. This par 70 gem is best described as a “heathland-links” or “downland-links” that plays around 6,500 off the white pegs.
Vale of Llangollen GC is a picturesque championship course set in a bowl shaped valley beside the River Dee. This parkland beauty is a par 72 measuring 6,624 off the white pegs.
Pyle and Kenfig GC is a rugged championship links course set in the dunes of South Wales.