Voted the best inland golf course in Wales in 2008, Whitchurch (Cardiff) Golf Club was founded in 1914 and this pretty parkland course is set on high ground where panoramic city and coastal views are free of charge.
The modern day Cardiff is hemmed in on all sides by housing, but the undulating, lush, tree-lined fairways and meandering stream that crosses a number of holes combine to form a welcoming green oasis...
Founded in 1920, Clyne Golf Club was designed by Harry Colt and the course is perched on the high ground of Clyne Common more than 300 feet above sea level.
Neath Golf Club is a James Braid classic with many varied holes and magnificent views from its high hilltop location.
With delightful changes in elevation throughout, Langland Bay Golf Club is not long at 5,857 yards, but what it doesn’t have in yardage it makes up for in many other ways...
Opened in June 2003, the Wales National course measures 7,413 yards from the tips and it's one of the longest courses outside the USA.
The esteemed golf architect Harry Colt redesigned the 18 parkland/heathland holes at Radyr Golf Club and his work over the gently undulating terrain has stood the test of time...
Monmouthshire Golf Club is very proud to have the Welsh golfing legend Iestyn Tucker as its President. Iestyn’s amateur record is remarkable and he’s held the course record at more than a dozen clubs in Wales
Designed by Harry Colt and opened for play in 1937, the course at St Mellons Golf Club lies halfway between Cardiff and Newport, so it’s conveniently positioned to cater for golfing needs of players in both cities.
James Braid originally laid out the parkland course at Wenvoe Castle Golf Club within the scenic heart of the Vale of Glamorgan, where two loops of nine holes return to an impressive 18th Century Mansion House.