“Maesdu” is the name that Llandudno Golf Club has earned among the locals - it means Black Meadow in English - and it dates back just over a century, having been established during the First World War, in 1915.
You will find the course sitting snugly between the Irish Sea and the imposing Wardre Hills, a little way south of the coastal resort town of Llandudno. The main advantage of its location would have to be the views: you can see out over the Conwy Bay, as well as the Great Orme.
Maesdu is the third of the local trifecta; the other two fantastic clubs found in the area are the Conwy and the North Wales Golf Clubs, so you can really make a weekend of it.
There are plenty of water hazards here, so the course can be a trying one, especially if you’re battling against the coastal winds. In fact, the fairways of almost half the holes have a water hazard to avoid, so you’ll need a bit of luck on your side to keep your score looking nice and tidy. And that’s not even mentioning all the gorse… a fun and challenging course for sure!
Llandudno Maesdu Golf Club is easy to find as it is located near to the central Llandudno hopsital.
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