Anglesey - Golf Courses & Clubs

Baron Hill Golf Club

Situated within walking distance of the historic town of Beaumaris, Baron Hill Golf Club is the oldest club on the Island of Anglesey dating back to the 1880's. The par 68 course measures a deceptive 5572 yards in length and has many natural hazards. In recent years it has had many improvements with the greens re-shaped, earning the respect of visiting golfers. Most recently a five hole, short course for the junior members has been constructed along with a pitching area and practice nets.

Henllys Hall Golf Club

The Menai Straits and the Snowdonia Mountain range form a magnificent backdrop to the 18-hole Henllys Golf Course which makes full use of the mature parkland trees and natural water hazards to provide a really testing and enjoyable experience. With a par of 71, this course offers a true challenge in a setting second to none and you are always assured of a warm welcome.

Storws Wen Golf Club

Storws Wen Golf Club is situated on the west of Benllech; it is one of Anglesey's most enjoyable courses with great views of the Snowdonia Mountains and Red Wharf Bay, an area of outstanding beauty. The nine-hole course was built in 1996 and has established itself as an attractive and demanding challenge to players of all levels and recognised for the high quality of its greens. Although there are only nine holes the set-up allows you to play from a different tee position on four of the holes.

Bull Bay Golf Club

This is the most northerly course in Wales; few can rival the spectacular setting of the 18 hole championship course, laid out above the rugged coastline on the beautiful holiday island of Anglesey, with panoramic views of the mountains of Snowdonia and over the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man and the distant hills of the Lake District. With its modern clubhouse and superb facilities, visitors are guaranteed a warm welcome.

Llangefni Golf Club

This Academy Standard 9-hole municipal golf course enjoys a lovely parkland setting on the outskirts of the market town of Llangefni in the tranquil Anglesey countryside with views towards the mountains of Snowdonia. A fair test of golf for players of all abilities and ideal for people taking up the sport for the first time, it is exceptionally well looked after and maintained and the greens are kept in fine condition all year round; there is also a 16 bay floodlit driving range.

Holyhead Golf Course

Enjoying fantastic views towards the mountains of Snowdonia and situated only a mile from the port of Holyhead, the course is a challenging heathland 18-hole championship course with some of the best greens to be found anywhere. You will always find a warm and friendly welcome at the clubhouse. The par 71 course measures just over 6,000 yards in length from the back tees and although it might look relatively tame with only one serious hill to negotiate, the fairways are extremely narrow and quite undulating and the rough comprises of much gorse, heather and bracken giving rise to all kinds of challenges.

Anglesey Golf Club

A flat but challenging par 70 links course, for golfers of all standards Anglesey Golf Club is located just to the north of Rhosneigr. The course is playable all year round due to the exceptional sandy soil which drains so well that there is no need for winter greens. Because of its even nature, it is a fair test for golfers of all abilities. The whole course boasts an abundance of wildlife and is an important conservation area. Anglesey Golf club’s reputation as a challenging links course is matched by its friendly clubhouse atmosphere.

Penrhyn Golf Club

Penrhyn Golf Club is located near the quaint village of Llanddaniel, south-west of Llanfair PG on Anglesey. The complex boasts a 14 bay driving range and a unique 12-hole course (ten par 3, two par 4); the fairways are set along gentle slopes with particularly challenging greens.