Wales – Golf Courses

Celtic Manor
Nefyn & District
Pyle & Kenfig
Royal Porthcawl
Royal St. David’s

Celtic Manor Twenty Ten Course

Celtic Manor Twenty Ten CourseBuilt to host The Ryder Cup in 2010, it is the first course to be built specifically for golf’s greatest team tournament. It boasts exceptional views from natural banks overlooking the course that runs beside the beautiful River Usk. Celtic Manor is also the home to two other excellent courses: Roman Road and The Montgomery.

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Nefyn & District

Nefyn & District Golf CourseIn a spectacular setting, this unique 26 hole championship golf course has a view of the sea from every tee. Eight holes played on the well-photographed ‘Point’ are sometimes described as the Pebble Beach of North Wales.

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Pyle & Kenfig

Pyle and Kenfig Golf CourseThis is another top ten Welch course in a gorgeous setting. With its lofty sand dunes hugging the south Wales coast, P&K is situated in a wonderful stretch of golfing country with panoramic views from the course over the Bristol Channel, the Gower Peninsula, Sker Farm, and the magnificent Welsh Mountains.

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Royal Porthcawl

Royal Porthcrawl Golf CourseAnother golf course not to be missed, it is ranked as one the top 100 courses in the world. Although it’s the top ranked course in Wales, it is off the beaten path and still relatively unknown. Golfers will enjoy the combination of pure links golf, and then subtle British heathland golf. The sea is never out of sight.

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Royal St David’s Golf Club

Royal St David’s Golf ClubEstablished in 1894, this championship links course is ranked one of the top two courses in Wales. Not many golf courses can claim to be in the shadow of an ancient castle like Royal St David’s at Harlech, where the bent and fescue fairways are watched over by this historical stone bastion built by Edward I.

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