Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in South Wales including Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, Carmarthenshire, Swansea & The Gower, Neath, Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Monmouthsire and Gwent.
Royal Porthcawl has a long standing and extremely fine reputation. It’s one that continues to grow at an extremely fast pace and shows no signs of relenting.
Golf courses such as Tenby are very few and far between. For me they capture the absolute essence of links golf.
Pennard is one of those fantastic links golf courses that has a little bit of everything.
The links at Ashburnham contains some wonderful golf holes on a sandy tract of land that has played host to many notable championships.
There’s so much good stuff to talk about at Pyle and Kenfig it’s not hard to see why it’s regarded as one of the best courses in Wales and a personal favourite of many.
The opening of Machynys Peninsula to a blaze of publicity in 2005 hasn’t quite changed the golfing landscape in South Wales but it has certainly provided something different to the Establishment.
Cardigan is not a golf course that is easy to build into a golfing itinerary of Wales. It is a bit of an outlier in terms of location tucked away in the south-west corner of the Principality.
If you’ve ever wondered what that lovely piece of linksland is just off junction 42 of the M4 motorway in South Wales I can let you know that it’s the delightful Swansea Bay Golf Club.