The golf course here at Bull Bay is actually the most northerly course in all of Wales, found just outside the small but lovely town of Amlwch on the beautiful Ynys Môn, which is more commonly known by many as the Isle of Anglesey.
It originally opened back in 1913, and the course was designed by the highly regarded W. Herbert Fowler, the same architect who designed the layouts for other classic courses such as Walton Heath and The Berkshire. Bull Bay Golf Club is in good company!
The golf course is one of those cliff-side located ones that North Wales is famed for, offering up some fairly fantastic views alongside a great game of golf. You can see out over the Irish Sea, sometimes across to Ireland itself on a particularly clear day.
As far as the golf itself is concerned, Bull Bay is unique in that many of its holes have the green situated above the eye line on approach, which causes an interesting degree of certainty, an extra layer to your game. A number of the holes invite a real, hearty drive, but be careful not to overdo it, as the gorse will punish you severely for your mistakes.
Bull Bay Golf Club is found on the Isle of Anglesey. Close to the town of Amlwch and Burwen, it can be found just off the A5025.
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