Golfing & Golf Clubs in North Wales
Your eyes are on the ball. Focused on the fairway. You're desperate not to be distracted by the salty breeze, whirling sea-gulls, and the rugged cliffs that fall away to the sea all around you. This is golf, North Wales-style!
With North Wales golf you'll find links, parkland, heathland and wind-in-your-hair clifftop courses. From championship level to turn-up-and-play nine-holers, your golf could be competitive, challenging, or simply a "hole" lot of fun.
Tee-off at Nefyn on the Llyn Peninsula and prepare for the round of a lifetime. The back nine is on the world famous Point, a narrow strip of rock sticking out into Cardigan Bay.
Not a place to miss the fairway!
You could be playing in parklands in the Vales of Clwyd or Llangollen. Or battling the wind and marram grass of our links courses at Prestatyn, Llandudno, Aberdovey, Abersoch and Conwy. North Wales golf has its challenges!
On Anglesey you'll find two heathland courses at Bull Bay and Holyhead, as well as a links course at Rhosneigr and 18-hole parklands at Henllys Hall by the coast near Beaumaris. Watch your ball rise against the panorama of the open sea.
Imagine playing in the shadow of a great castle? You can at Abergele, regarded by many as the most attractive course in Wales. Gwrych Castle looks down on this lovely course between hills and the sea.
North Wales golf includes smaller, nine-hole courses where you can turn up and play - ideal if you don't have a whole day at your disposal.
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