Wonderfully located on the dramatic and beautiful Conwy Bay, the Conwy Golf Club provides a majestic backdrop to a game of eighteen holes. The course is a challenging one, as you will be battling the strong sea winds throughout the nearly 7000 yards that the links stretch over.
Golf has been enjoyed here for almost 150 years now, so you know there’s a real heritage to the site. It has changed a great deal over this century and a half - two World Wars, major planting of marram grass and the construction of a harbour very close to the back of the golf club will do that to a golf course - but fans of Conwy Golf Club agree that this is certainly not to its detriment.
In fact, it seems as though critics agree with this, too, as Conwy Golf Club recently won the Welsh Golf Club of the Year Award. It is fairly flat, but this does not bring with it monotony, as there is plenty of variety on offer.
The coastal location really adds to the character of the course, as you’ll be battling sand dunes and following the curves of the shore. There’s a bit of challenge here as well, especially the three par-fours that measure more than 400 yards in length.
Found just off the North Wales Expressway (A55), take junction 17 straight after the Conwy tunnel and head back on yourself.
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Abersoch is a lovely place to spend a bit of time in, sitting on the beautiful coastline of the Llyn Peninsula, on the westerly edge of North Wales. Once you have had your fill of long, coastal walks, soaking up the sun, and trying your hand at wind surfing, you should consider paying the Golf Club a visit.
Clays Golf Club - found on the Bryn Estate Road in Wrexham - offers up a perfect level of challenge for novice and veteran golfers alike. This is because it offers both a 9 hole and an 18 hole game; the former of these is ideal for relative newcomers to the golf scene, while the full complement of 18 is certainly rather more challenging.
Conwy Morfa Beach is a large expanse of golden sands, a big, sandy bay that becomes larger and larger as the tide goes out, until it links up with the rest of the beaches around Conwy Bay. It is one of the many beaches of Clwyd that are completely dog friendly – that is, you and your dogs can enjoy the entirety of the beach, at all times of the year.
A popular area for holiday makers this has something for everyone - beaches, scenery and plenty of things to do.
Enjoy everything Conwy has to offer by staying in a cottage in and around the town or Conwy Marina. Attractions include Conwy Castle, the town walls, Plas Mawr Elizabethan House, The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art, pleasure cruises and a wide range of shops and restaurants.
These cottages sleep 8 people or more, the perfect place for large family gatherings or groups of friends. Find somewhere for your large group here.