Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in North Wales including Anglesey, Gwynedd, Conwy, Denbighshire, Clwydd, Flintshire, Wrexham, Ceredigion and Powys.
My round at Aberdovey was played in possibly the worst weather conditions that this golf course reviewer has ever experienced on a golf course.
Conwy, the third oldest course in Wales, is a first rate championship links on the spectacular Caernarvonshire coastline wedged between sea and heather-clad mountains.
Royal St. David’s is regarded as one of the best links courses in Wales and has a reputation for being a fearsome test of golf.
Bull Bay is not only the best golf course on the Isle of Anglesey but it can rightly claim to be one of Wales’ finest.
Atop a large hill in Mid Wales, above the Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells, lays a topsy-turvy, rough-and-tumble, bags-of-fun sort of golf course.
The guy behind the bar who I handed my £12 twilight green-fee to simply laughed after he asked if I had played the course before and I replied, “No, Why?”.
Prestatyn is a fine championship links course on the North Wales coast and is easy to see why it’s regularly selected for the country’s top events.
HIDDEN GEM ALERT!! Oh my word, what a discovery Anglesey Golf Club was on a recent trip to North Wales.
Founded in 1894 North Wales Golf Club, on the West Shore at Llandudno, is a course that is admired by many and provides some good old fashioned authentic links golf.
Holyhead is a cracking little golf course located close to Trearddur Bay on Holy Island, Anglesey.
The drive into Porthmadog from the North, down the A487 from Caernarfon, is an amazing and beautiful journey.