Conwy GC

Conwy GC

A true links

Conwy Golf Club sits on the shores of the North Wales coastline, the rugged backdrop of Conwy mountains and Llandudno’s Great Orme in the distance, thats quiet a panoramic and before you worry about the golf you will be reaching for your camera.

A true traditional links in every sense, rolling fairways, fast greens, heavy gorse, strategic bunkering and the odd breeze make for the challenge.

As with links golf, weather will determine the difficulty of your day’s golf.

The club will proudly host the 2020 Curtis Cup from the 12th - 15th June. A true testament to the quality of the this golf course.

There is a good balance of par 3,4’s and 5’s throughout the 18 holes, some more challenging than others but one thing is certain, your card can be looking favourable with only three to play and sitting in the clubhouse you will be wondering where did it all go wrong! Holes 16 to 18 are a tough finish, hole 17, stroke 2 on the index can be brutal, only a short par 4 but a daunting tee shot awaits, the fairway is narrow and heavy gorse runs parallel on both sides from tee to green!

The course is very playable all year round and makes a great venue for winter golf, where you will find full greens in play and still rolling true if a bit slower than in the peak of the golfing season. The clubhouse is very welcoming, changing rooms and spike bar have recently been renovated to further enhance your experience. A balcony positioned at the rear of the 18th green is a great way to finish your round and enjoy those spectacular views of the golf course and the North Wales coastline on the horizon.

The green fees at Conwy are very reasonable for the quality it provides, winter rates are from £35 a round and high season £65 (Mon - Fri) The course welcomes society bookings and provides some great value packages.

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Perfect location for more than just golf

Off course there is an abundance of activities to take in if you plan on staying for a few days, the historic town of Conwy sits in the shadows of a magnificent castle, the town is full of pubs, restaurants, coffee bars and a stunning harbour. There are endless accommodation options to suit all budgets. The busy town of Llandudno is 5 minute drive away, Snowdon mountain and the numerous activity options it provides are just a short drive as is the idyllic village Betws-y-coed.


Other golf courses nearby include Maesdu, North Wales Golf Club, Nefyn, Porthmadog, Royal St Davids, Pwllheli, Abersoch.