Henllys Golf Club offers up some of that classic parkland experience that we all love. And it is seemingly not too difficult a game, either - although the par score for the course is 71, the Standard Scratch Score has been measured just that little bit lower at 69, meaning that you’ll be able to relax a little and really enjoy your time, whilst still managing to keep your scorecard looking nice and tidy!
The 18 hole championship course is being continually improved, and has the distinction of being one of the most recently founded golf courses in North Wales, having opened up in 1996. It’s not all new though: the 13th century royal estate of Henllys Hall overlooks the ground, adding a bit of historic weight to your game.
Henllys Golf Club is typical of North Wales golf courses in that it offers some wonderful views out over the Snowdonian mountains.
The natural features being put into play are what really make the course a standout, with a great use of hills and water hazards such as ponds and streams. Thankfully, the abstinence rules of the former monastery no longer apply, meaning you can enjoy a little drink in the clubhouse afterwards. Opt to stay in a cottage nearby and you can catch a taxi home and enjoy more than one!
Henllys Golf Club is found just one mile away from Beaumaris. Follow signs for Henllys Hall as it is located within the estate.
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