Rhuddlan is a charming little town, found on the banks of the River Clwyd in Flintshire, North Wales. The town is mostly famous for the imposing ruins of the castle here, built by the conquering King Edward I during his 13th century conquest of Wales, but the golf club makes for an equally worthwhile reason to visit.
The course offers the full complement of 18 holes over a length of roughly 6500 yards. You will be in for a bit of a challenge if you’re hoping to meet par; the course measures it at 70, but it has received a 71 from the Standard Scratch Score.
As for the course itself, it is every bit classic parkland track, easily one of the best in the area. You will have a challenging start, with a pretty long par four from the whites, and you’ll most certainly enjoy the signature finishing stretch.
Once you have finished your round of golf, we would recommend stopping by the clubhouse to relax and refuel. The clubhouse has a very welcoming atmosphere, but what you’ll really be visiting for is a bite to eat - it offers up a variety of splendid dishes.
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Rhuddlan Golf Club is found just off the A547 off Rhyl Road.
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