The golf course at Rhos-on-Sea Golf Club is one of the oldest in all of Wales. It was originally founded on Rhyd Farm, on around 120 acres of farmland, all the way back in 1887, and it was designed by the one and only Henry Goldsmith.
It remained relatively the same for a good long time, but recently - in 2004 - it underwent a lot of updating and modernising. The clubhouse was upgraded, the drainage and irrigation systems were completely overhauled, and more than nine thousand trees were planted.
The course as it stands now is a very pleasant location for a spot of golf, offering up a beautiful parkland play style.
The fairways are mostly fairly level, and the course stretches for just over 6000 yards of playing area. The most noteworthy holes would have to be the par threes, of which there are five. Rather unusually, one of these is actually the 18th hole.
When you’ve finished up, make sure to enjoy some of the fine food in the clubhouse.
Rhos-on-Sea Golf Club is found near to Penrhyn Bay on Glan-Y-Mor Road.
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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.
“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.
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.
Take a walk to the end of the pier, make sand castles on the beach, ride the tram or a cable car to the top of the Great Orme and treat yourself to a meal at one of the many restaurants. Llandudno has a lot to offer and is a great base for exploring North Wales.
Choose a cottage in the Snowdonia area for qucik access into the Snowdonia National Park. From remote cottages overlooked by soaring mountains to cottages in small villages you can find the right level of "countryside" for you.
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.