Posted on 19/07/2016 by David
North Wales is known for the being the epitome of the great outdoors and this can also be said for the beautiful golf clubs that can be found around the area. If you’re looking to go on a golf break, North Wales is the perfect spot – you can’t go wrong with the lovely fresh Welsh air!
Break 1 – Nefyn & District Golf Club
Found on the Llyn Peninsula, the Nefyn & District golf club is home to dramatic landscapes and breathtaking scenery. Sitting on the clifftops of the Porthdinllaen headlands, it’s like being in your own little world. If you’re looking for a peaceful getaway, a trip including this course will definitely be that. There are also packages available which cover a range of courses in the area – the ultimate golfers’ retreat.
Other things to do in the area include; a range of coastal pubs including Ty Coch, a walk along the Llyn coastal path, a visit to Glasfryn Parc and horseback riding tours! Hire a coastal cottage and spend a week relaxing, playing golf and exploring the Llyn Peninsula.
Break 2 – Dolgellau Golf Club
Hidden within the Snowdonia National Park, the Dolgellau is a luscious 9-hole golf course which offers amazing views over craggy peaks and the greenery of the countryside. See for yourself…
There are lots to great activities in the Dolgellau area including the farmers market, the blue lake, King Arthur’s Labyrinth, the Centre for Alternative Technology and the Fairbourne railway. Plus, why not explore other courses nearby such as Porthmadog golf course? If this doesn’t sound like an exciting break away, we don’t know what is!
Break 3 – Conwy Golf Club
Conwy Golf Club is a perfect course for beginners and those who are more advanced. With its stunning views overlooking the Welsh coastline, you’re sure to remember this game, even if you play badly! There are several courses to experience nearby such as Maesdu Golf Club – so why not make a week of it? Exploring the courses of the Welsh coastline? Stay in a coastal cottage to make your trip extra special!
Conwy has a whole host of things to do to make your break exciting such as the Conwy castle, the Welsh Mountain Zoo and the Llechwedd Slate Caverns. Why not take the family, and sneak off for a game or two?
Break 4 - Bull Bay
It is almost certain that if you visit a course in North Wales, you will be sure to witness some stunning scenery and Bull Bay is no exception to this. Located on the Cliffside, the views over the Irish Sea are second to none. Pay per round or per day! Found on the isle of Anglesey, there are loads of great greens for you to experience such as St. Deiniol, Baron Hill and Llangefni.
Break 5 – Llangollen
Llangollen is known for being a haven for golfers, with some challenging holes such as The River – the ninth hole. Its luscious greens overlook the valley, the perfect spot to get some peace and quiet and focus on your pitching, putting and swings! Vale of Llangollen golf club offers reductions for large groups and offers reduced rates at certain times of they day, so gather all your golf-loving friends and head down for a week of golf on this lovely course. Other golf courses near include Clays Golf Club and Henlle Park Golf Club – play until your hearts content!
If you’re a keen golfer, why not spend time trying out all the different courses with a group of friends? Find a country cottage driving distance from all your favourite courses to relax in after a long day on the greens.
Are you a golfer? Where’s your favourite place to go golfing? Let us know in the comments below…