Golfing Breaks

Golf Course Information

Penmaenuchaf Hall provides an excellent base for golfers wishing to play some of the most scenic golf courses in Wales. No matter if your drive cuts an occasional slice, your spirits are sure to be lifted by the beauty of these golfing locations. Enjoy a golfing break in Snowdonia and visit some truly memorable courses.

Aberdovey Golf Club

Take a scenic run down the Mawddach Estuary to Aberdovey, and you will discover a classic links golf course tucked between the sand dunes and the rolling hills. Reputedly, Aberdovey golf course started off in the 1880s with nine flower pots sunk into the turf. Aberdovey is now a wonderful 18 hole golf course which you’ll enjoy just as much as club members Ian Woosnam and Peter Baker.





No. of holes 18
Course Type Links
Yards 6445
Pars (SS) 69 (72)
Green Fees £££ – ££££
Driving Range No
Handicap Required
Club Hire No
Buggy Hire £22.50
Golf Lessons Yes
PGA Professional Mr. Joe Davies
Phone 01654 767 493
Address Station Road

Aberdovey

Gywnedd

LL35 0RT

Royals St David’s Golf Club at Harlech

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Teeing off at Harlech Golf Course under the watchful gaze of the castle.

Not many golf courses can claim to be in the shadow of an ancient castle, but that much is true of Royal St David’s at Harlech where the bent and fescue fairways are watched over by this historical stone bastion built by Edward I. Royal St David’s is a traditional championship links course with a succession of long testing par fours and five short holes which seldom head in the same direction.





No. of holes 18
Course Type Links
Yards 6427
Pars (SS) 69 (72)
Green Fees ££££ – ££££££
Driving Range No
Handicap Required
Club Hire No
Buggy Hire £20.00
Golf Lessons Yes
PGA Professional Mr. John Barnett
Phone 01766 780 361
Address Golf Club Bungalow
Harlech
Gwynedd

LL46 2UB

Porthmadog Golf Club

 

 

The 12th green overlooking Samson’s Bay.

Porthmadog is another favourite course with hotel guests; half links, half parkland and while the front nine holes are are generally away from the sea, as players go around Samson’s Bay on the 12th, the bracing frets can turn the fate of many a game. The 14th has been dubbed the “Himalayas” where golfers must keep their faith whilst driving over a huge natural bunker to the fairway hidden from the tee.





No. of holes 18
Course Type Links
Yards 6322
Pars (SS) 71 (71)
Green Fees £££ – ££££
Driving Range No
Handicap Required
Club Hire No
Buggy Hire Yes
Golf Lessons No
PGA Professional Mr. Peter Bright
Phone 01766 514 124
Address Morfa Bychan
Porthmadog
Gwynedd

LL49 9UU

Dolgellau Golf Club

download (3) Dolgellau Golf Course is a challenging 9 hole course set in a beautiful location.

Set amidst spectacular mountain backdrops Dolgellau Golf Club is considered to be one of the most beautiful courses in Wales. Do not be fooled by its lack of length, this 9 hole course with alternating tees for the second nine provides a true test of golf for all standards of golfer.The golf course’s small and well protected greens will reward a good straight shot and the free-draining land means suberb playing conditions can be maintained even in wet weather ensuring year round play. The course is overlooked by Cader Idris, one of the highest mountains in Wales and the top 6 holes provide stunning views of the Mawdaach estuary and beyond.





No. of holes 9
Course Type Parkland / Downland
Yards 4696
Pars (SS) 66 (64)
Green Fees £ – ££
Driving Range No
Handicap Not Required
Club Hire £5.00
Buggy Hire £12.00
Golf Lessons Yes
PGA Professional Mr. Mark White
Phone 01341 422 603
Address Pen Cefn Road
Dolgellau
Gwynedd

LL40 2ES

Fairbourne Golf Course

Fairbourne Golf Course: par 3, 9 hole links course, green fee from £ 3, suitable for beginners.