Monmouth Golf Club may not be the longest course in Wales at only 5,700 yards but it is certainly one of the prettiest...
Mountain Ash sits on top of Cefnpennar Mountain with sensational views of the surrounding Cynon Valley.
Glamorganshire Golf Club was the first course to be constructed in the south of the country so its prominence in Welsh golfing history was assured right from the start.
Laid out on The Common, over 400 feet above sea level, and sharing the same site as a prehistoric stone circle, Pontypridd overlooks the valley where those two great Welsh rivers, the Rhondda and Taff, meet.
The round at Llanwern Golf Club starts gently with a short par four, then three par fives between the 3rd and 8th offer decent birdie opportunities.