Southerndown is a hidden gem, unique in offering part sandy links and part acid-heathland, and due to its terrain it is one of the driest courses to be found throughout the land. We offerall-year-round golf being rarely closed to members and visitors alike. Southerndown is the nearest championship links-style course to the Celtic Manor resort. Founded in 1905, we have a wealth of tradition.
Maesteg Golf Club offers golfers of all abilities and levels a well maintained James Braid designed course of considerable character and maturity Est. 1912. The golf club delivers a course sculptedfrom naturally picturesque surroundings with pronounced rolling terrain and stunning views of 2 counties from our hill top location. A real treat for the society golfer or any visitor who likes a very warm welcome from what is inherently a player's club.
Welsh for 'Whispering Woods', Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club was founded in 1994 and as the name suggests, is located in the wooded countryside on the outskirts of Bridgend Town, South Wales. South WalesGolf Clubs are renowned for hospitality and we pride ourselves on our warm welcome. We consider Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club to be the friendliest golf club in South Wales. The course was originally 9 holes and progressed to 12 holes in 1995.
Situated in the beautiful countryside surrounding the Victorian seaside town of Porthcawl the Grove Golf Club is established as one of the most popular courses within the area. Welcoming non- membersas well as offering very competitive membership packages, the Grove has a loyal and growing following of golfers and their families.
Pyle and Kenfig Golf Course with its lofty sand dunes hugging the South Wales coast of Porthcawl is situated in a wonderful stretch of golfing country. Glorious views and historic associations adornthis undulating course with its natural hazard of hillocks, valleys and towering dunes. Panoramic views, The Bristol Channel, the Gower Peninsula, Sker House and the magnificent Welsh Mountains can all be seen from various points.