Nefyn and District Golf ClubNefyn, Llŷn Peninsula
Featuring the world-famous fairway over the sea, this fantastically unique 27 hole course offers golfers the chance of playing 2 courses in one setting - and a view of the sea from every tee!
This is a breathtakingly beautiful Championship golf course. Nefyn Golf Club has ‘The Old’ and ‘The New’ Course, offering its visitors three loops of 9 (27 holes in total) so golfers have a choice of which 18 holes they want to play, or they can even play 27 or 36. The Old course takes in the world-famous 'point' - a narrow peninsula with the holes bounded on one side by secluded coves, rocky outcrops and the sea, and the other side by a glorious stretch of sandy beach and the famous Ty Coch pub. There is also a driving range for all, with Junior lessons offered every Saturday morning during late Spring and Summer through to Autumn, adult lessons are also available.
Visiting Juniors must be accompanied by an adult.
Winter : 11am-5pm
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