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Having been recorded at just under 5600 yards in length, the course at Mold Golf Club is one of the shorter ones in North Wales of those with the full complement of 18 holes.

The course itself is of the parkland variety, offering up a very enjoyable game with a reasonable amount of challenge. With a par of 67, it should be a relatively quick round of golf, but this is not to its detriment at all. It may be short, but it’s certainly sweet! 

If you are looking for the signature hole, you may be pleased to know that Mold Golf Club saves the best for last. The most interesting - and in fact, the most challenging - hole, is the 18th one, also known as “Long Leg”. 

This par four hole is particularly tricky, and measuring at almost 500 yards in length, it’s certainly not a short one. It is a left dog-legged shot, one that won’t hesitate to mess up your score if you fail to take the necessary precautions when playing it. 

Once you’ve finished your round of golf, make sure to head to the clubhouse for a bite to eat - the food comes highly recommended. 

Location

Mold Golf Club can be found near to Gwernaffield. Find this club off the A494.

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