Porthmadog Golf ClubPorthmadog, Llŷn Peninsula
Porthmadog Golf Club is a seaside links course with great panoramic views of Snowdonia's renowned scenery and the clubhouse has everything required for a great day out whether with family and friends.
Porthmadog golf course was created at the turn of the century by James Braid, the genius course designer of his day. With two distinct halves - the front nine are away from the coast and the second 9 head towards it - it’s a traditional links course, challenging and a pleasure to play!
The front 9 holes reside on terrain described as heathland, with water coming into play - it’s testing for even the seasoned golfer. The back nine share some spectacular scenery, and the course is transformed into pure links. Certainly, there's a lot to the locals' claims that these are the most natural nine holes in Wales. None come tougher or more fascinating than the 14th!
Visiting Juniors must be accompanied by an adult.
Golf is from 8 am until dark, earlier by arrangement in the summer.
Club House Summer
9am - 11pm
Club House Winter
10am - 11pm
Can you hire equipment?
Yes by prior arrangement.
Can you get instruction?
Yes by prior arrangement.
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