Holywell offers a unique golfing challenge in a delightful part of North Wales within easy reach of Chester, Merseyside and the North West. Situated on Brynford common, a mile up the hill from thetown of Holywell - fondly known as the "Lourdes of Wales" - this inland links type course is a fair and sporting test for golfers of all abilities.
Below a wooded hillside above the town of Prestatyn in Denbighshire, North Wales, St Melyd Golf Club is a mature parkland course with tree lined fairways and excellent greens. The Club is only someten minutes from the A55 arterial expressway with Manchester and Liverpool within an hour's drive and Chester only thirty miles away. Founded in 1922, St Melyd is a 9 hole course, but having 18 tees, it provides a different perspective for each hole as can be seen from our hole by hole guide.
Standing in a picturesque setting on the edge of our golf course we overlook the Dee estuary and the Wirral, with a backdrop of rolling countryside and the Welsh hills. We provide qualityaccommodation in our 21 spacious and pleasant rooms, offering Superior Rooms, Doubles, Twins and a Bridal Suite. We are able to cater for the Single Traveller, Couples or a Family group. We also welcome corporate visitors and can offer a competitive rate for long stays.
Set in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd, Rhuddlan is a course which offers fine views and a sheltered climate screened by the Clwydian Range. A gently undulating parkland course of 6291 yards, SSS 70, par72 (Yellow tees), providing an excellent test of golf and is a regularly chosen venue for County and National Championship Events. In 2015 Rhuddlan are hosting the Welsh Ping Mixed Foursomes Finals. Our Clubhouse offers bars, snooker and full restaurant facilities daily throughout the season.
Mold Golf Club prides itself on making new members welcome and its relatively novel competition draw system, enables them to feel part of the club in a short space of time. As you play thisfascinating course, you soon understand why Mold has a hard-won reputation for well-conditioned tees, greens and fairways. From the higher part of the course, some 850 feet above sea level, a colourful panorama opens out.
This course is the Hidden Gem in North Wales and we are confident that you will be delighted with the course, condition and variety of holes we have on offer, just look at our signature hole the 9that Denbigh, a true test for a par 3! If you fail to make a hole in one, you are compensated by stunning views over the Vale of Clwyd. Janice Jones, President extends a welcome to all members and visitors alike to our modern and friendly clubhouse.
Hawarden Golf Club is located in the middle of Hawarden village in Flintshire, North Wales. As part of the Gladstone estate, the club has an important position within the local community. Situatedjust outside Hawarden village, the club is well hidden from the unknowing visitor to the village but well known by the local people.
Golf was originally played at the current site of Old Padeswood Golf Club over 100 years ago. The current club was established in 1977 and increased to 18 holes in 1985. The course benefits from beingin a tranquil area with an abundance of wildlife, many varieties of birds of prey can be seen flying over the rolling and open parkland course.
Old Colwyn Golf Course is a Parkland course designed by James Braid at a length of 5243 it has 9 holes with a medal par of 68 and a 66 SSS Rating. Situated in the town of Colwyn Bay it is one of theWales Golf Courses that RateYourCourse recommends that you not only play but provide a golf course review for our golf communities.
David Williams Golf Design offers a complete integrated solution to golf design projects. With over 25 years' experience in golf course design, the practice has been involved in over 150 completedprojects, with direct involvement in over 30 new golf courses in Britain and throughout Europe. The practice undertakes work generally in the name of its principal, David Williams, who has built 20 new golf courses in his own name during the last 15 years.