A par 72 course just outside of the town of Mold in Flintshire, Old Padeswood Golf Club is home to some of the most memorable holes in all of North Wales, especially the opener and the closer.
The course is of the pure parkland variety, set on beautiful, gently rolling land, with some beautiful surroundings acting as a rather majestic backdrop to your game. There’s Moel Famau on one side of you, and the imposing mountains of the Clwydian Range on the other.
From the back tees, the course measures almost 7000 feet in length, giving you a lot of course for your money. You’ll be up against some real challenges - Old Padeswood is the kind of course where it can feel like an achievement just getting a bogey!
If you are looking for a bargain, why not come for a twilight session at Old Padeswood? These sessions take place after 3 in the afternoon during the week, and they’ll only set you back £20 a time.
Found close to the village of Padeswood, Old Padeswood Golf Club can be found just off the A5118.
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Located on the famously beautiful West Shore of Llandudno, the North Wales Golf Club has provided wonderful opportunities for golfers in this lovely slice of North Wales coastline for well over a century now, having been founded all the way back in 1894 by Cheshire businessman Tancred Cummins and Open Champion 1892, Harold Hilton.
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 historic market town of Denbigh is a fantastic place to visit, especially when you consider the magnificent Denbigh Castle that watches over the town, and has done since the days of Edward I’s Conquest of Wales. And what better backdrop to your game of golf than an ancient fort?
Take a holiday in the beautiful surroundings of Llangollen on the edge of the Berwyn Mountain and next to the River Dee. Enjoy everything the town has to offer including the Llangollen Steam Railway, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Vale Crucis with Snowdonia easily reached by car.
Visit Llanrwst in the Conwy Valley. Located on the Conwy River this market town has lots of character with its old buildings, cafes and restaurants. The beautiful scenery alone makes the visit worth while. Search for cottages in the area and make it your base for exploring Snowdonia and the North Wales Coast.
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