Spotlight on… North Wales
North Wales offers some the most stunning natural coastlines in the British Isles. Breathtaking scenery combined with rugged landscapes form the ideal setting for your next round of golf.
Here are some of our favourites…
Nefyn is home to some of the most spectacular scenery and golf holes in the country. The signature holes, which hug the rugged coastline and make their way out to the world famous iconic “Point”, offer an unforgettable golf experience. The 27-hole championship layout boasts 3 loops of 9, with a view of the sea from every tee.
Set near the town of Chester, Northop is situated in 250 acres of parkland with views over the Dee Estuary. The championship course with USGA standard greens is playable all year. Visitors are guaranteed a friendly warm welcome in the clubhouse which serves food and refreshments before and after your round.
North Wales golf club is a beautiful championship links course, with stunning views over to the Isle of Anglesey and the Snowdonia mountain range. The course was founded over 120 years ago, providing some good old fashioned authentic links golf. Not overly long by modern standards, the greens are small, demanding accuracy with your second shot. The course has developed a reputation as one of the finest in the area.
Prestatyn golf course is the most northerly course in Wales and is set in 150 acres of un-spoilt links land. The championship standard course has hosted the Welsh Golfing Union national championships, and more recently the Welsh Amateur in 2015. The course is open all year round on full tees and greens, providing a great autumn and winter golf destination. On a calm day the course is very playable, but the prevailing wind will test your shot making ability. The clubhouse offers a warm welcome to golfing visitors.