• slider1
  • slider2
  • slider3
  • slider4
  • slider5
  • slider6

welcome to the official golf north wales site

map-overall1

North Wales has over 60 courses, many of them steeped in history. Consider aiming your opening tee-shot at Snowdon, the highest mountain in England & Wales. Play Llanymynech: a course that has 15 holes in Wales and 3 in England. Or just take in the views as you walk round.

It’s often said that North Wales offers the best value green fees in Europe. What’s the catch? There isn’t one. You’ll sacrifice nothing in quality – North Wales is home to some world-class championship links courses, like Royal St David’s, Aberdovey, Conwy and Nefyn & District Golf Club, which has been compared to Pebble Beach in the USA. And some hidden gems that you’ll hope will stay that way. Whatever your standard of golf you’ll find courses to enjoy in North Wales.

There’s nothing pretentious or pompous about golf in North Wales. We’re talking about unspoiled courses at affordable prices. You play at your own pace.

Tee times are readily available, even at the weekends. The courses are never over crowded, so expect a relaxed pace and few hold ups. We call it ‘golf as it should be’.

Visit North Wales and you’ll find friendly welcoming clubs that appreciate your presence and offer great hospitality.

So whether you’re coming with family or with your golfing buddies, you can expect a variety of great quality courses and excellent value for money.

Play at Caernarfon and aim your opening tee-shot at Snowdon. Take a round at Llanymynech and play 15 holes in Wales and 3 in England. Or just take in the views and explore.

 

exclusive to Wales
the james braid trail

James Braid is widely considered one of the finest golf course designers of all time. He was responsible for more than 250 courses throughout the British Isles, including 10 in North Wales, which now make up the North Wales James Braid Trail. Wherever you see this icon you know the course was designed by James Braid.

Read More >