North East Wales - Golf Courses & Clubs
Llanymynech Golf Club
An outstanding location on Wales/England border giving panoramic views with excellent greens on a well established course with unique features of 15 holes in Wales and 3 in England. It offers a good test for all levels of golfers and it's the course where Ian Woosnam started his career. The course boasts a unique claim to fame in that you can play one round of golf in two separate countries, courtesy of Offa's Dyke running through our course. On the 4th hole you tee off in Wales and putt out in England. The 5th and 6th hole remain in England before you are cordially welcomed back into Wales on the 7th tee.
Oswestry Golf Club
Set in mature parkland 3 miles south-east of the town, this course is well suited to players of all abilities; it was designed by James Braid, who is renowned for his two tier greens. With good tees, beautiful fairways and quality greens Oswestry, with its excellent drainage, is ideal for all year round play.
Rhyl Golf Course
Rhyl Golf Course is a 9 hole (18 tees) links with large fairways but tight, well guarded greens which will challenge golfers of all standards. The par 71 course (off the white tees) provides a test for any golfer, especially when the northerly and westerly winds blow. Set just outside of Rhyl, off the coast road to Prestatyn, the Irish Sea is only yards away from the length of the course.
St. Melyd Golf Club
Below a wooded hillside above the town of Prestatyn, this is a mature parkland course with tree lined fairways and excellent greens. Founded in 1922, St Melyd is a 9 hole course, but having 18 tees, it provides a different perspective for each hole and a challenge for golfers of all abilities who can be assured it is always presented in the best possible condition. The Club provides a warm welcome to holiday golfers in the spacious clubhouse with stunning views over the course towards distant Snowdonia.
Prestatyn Golf Club
A magnificent championship links course situated off the coast road to the east of the town on 150 acres of superb unspoilt links land. It enjoys a temperate climate and its seaside location ensures that golfers can play the greens all year round on superb turf. It is a championship course, 6808 yards off the championship blue tees and 6564 yards of the medal white tees. The prevailing south west winds are a feature of the course and the low punched shot is often a very useful addition to the player's repertoire. The clubhouse has extensive members' and visitors' facilities including a lounge bar and full catering. The course features in the Welsh Golfing Union calendar and their national championships are held here at the club. Visitors enjoy the challenge of playing a links championship course as well as the excellent social facilities.
'Nine of Clubs' Golf Course
Short but nonetheless a delightful nine-hole parkland course, located south of the A55 between St Asaph and Holywell at Caerwys. Each hole throws up a fresh challenge with the varied approach to the greens demanding accuracy. The course makes the most of its surroundings, following the natural contours of the land.
Mold Golf Club
This award-winning Club is in the village of Pantymwyn and offers unrivalled views of the stunning Welsh countryside. The 18 hole, 5524 yards uplands course lies in the shadow of Moel Famau in the Clwydian Range. From the higher part of the course, some 850 feet above sea level, a colourful panorama opens out. To the north you will see the Halkyn Plateau and Dee Estuary with Wirral and Merseyside beyond and eastward offers extensive views over the Cheshire Plain and on to the Peak District. With no weak hole, golfers are offered a wide choice of challenges with contoured fairways and meticulous greens. Facilities include a practice ground, chipping area, putting green, a well-stocked pro shop and full catering; above all a very warm welcome awaits you.
Denbigh Golf Club
Set in rolling Welsh countryside, the magnificent 18 hole parkland course offers a magical 5746 yard walk through mature woodland with views down the Vale of Clwyd to the coast. Located close to the historic town of Denbigh, the Club offers a genuine warm welcome to new members, visitors and societies. This cleverly designed out course will test your game placing a premium on driving accuracy and avenues of oak and elm trees are one aspect of the inspiring course.
Ruthin-Pwllglas Golf Club
The delightful and well-maintained 10-hole golf course and the warm and friendly welcome afforded to all at this Club seldom disappoint the first-time visitor. Situated above the village of Pwllglas, south of Ruthin, the Clubhouse and course offer panoramic views of the Vale of Clwyd and the Clwydian Range beyond. There are 10 characterful holes laid out on rolling upland terrain and the course is an excellent test for club golfers of all abilities.
Vale of Llangollen Golf Club
Formed back in 1908 by some of the local gentry, it has been extended and improved ever since. It is a members club whose aim is to provide affordable golf of the highest standard to its members and customers. The quality of the course has led to it being a favourite venue for golfers right across the UK and even further afield. The championship course with its manicured fairways and superb greens nestles on the banks of the River Dee and is overlooked by the glorious Welsh hills. The Vale of Llangollen is regarded as one of the top golf courses in Wales and it has become a highly favoured venue for many County, National and professional events.