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The oldest established golf course in Wales (1888), Tenby regularly hosts Welsh Amateur Championships and is a fine test for players of all ability. From the first hole to the last, you will never forget the layout of this renowned links course. With stunning ocean views it maximizes all the natural features of this beautiful…

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Royal St. David’s


Overlooked by the ancient castle of Harlech and the splendor of the Snowdonian Mountains, no championship course in Britain has a more spectacular setting. The course is a rather flat, though difficult, golfing challenge. The Club hosts National and International Tournaments, including the Ladies European Tour and the European Seniors Tour. In 2013 the Club welcomed…

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Royal Porthcawl


Perhaps the most famous championship course in Wales, this is a tough one. Small greens with heavy curvatures, all richly bunkered. Magnificent sea views from every hole. The Club has hosted the Amateur Championship, the Walker Cup, the Curtis Cup, the European Team Championship, the Home Internationals, the Vagliano Trophy, the Ladies British Open Amateur…

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Pennard _B

A magnificent links course located 8 miles west of Swansea, with spectacular views over Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula, golf has been played at here since 1896, although the course owes most of its appeal today first to James Braid and then to C.K. Cotton. The holes are routed over classically undulating and…

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Machynys Peninsula


A modern Nicklaus links style layout overlooking Carmarthen Bay and the Gower Peninsula, Machynys Peninsula since its opening in 2005 has already hosted an unpredented 8 championships, including the 2013 Ladies British Open Amateur Championship and the 2012 R&A Seniors Open Amateur Championships plus 4 Ryder Cup Wales LET Championships of Europe. (Back Tees 7,121 Yards…

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Nefyn & District


“Nefyn – a view from the sea from every tee” How many golf courses can boast that their origins lay in the bar of a small, remote pub on a secluded beach nestling spectacularly along an isolated piece of rugged coastline, and with a world famous mountain range as its backdrop? Well, Nefyn and District…

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The favorite course of the famed golf writer Bernard Darwin, this championship links offers the spartan golfing of yesteryear. Permanent home to the Welsh Seniors Championship. (Back Tees 6,703 Yards / Par 71)