Cardiff Golf Club introduction
Just two miles from the capital of Wales stands Cardiff Golf Club, one of South Wales’ premier golf clubs. Founded in 1922, the club has made a substantial contribution to Welsh golf having hosted many events, from Home Internationals to five Welsh Amateur Championships, and also several Welsh Professional Championships including when Ian Woosnam won shooting a course record. In 1999 the club opened its fantastic new clubhouse. The ground floor houses the spacious pro shop and club offices, while the first floor and balcony is home to both the Spike and Pugsley bars that offer commanding views over the golf course
Cardiff Golf Club information
18 holes, 70 par, 6146 yards. Parkland.
At just under 6000 yards off the yellow tees, Cardiff Golf Club is a great test of parkland golf with some stunning holes throughout. Renowned for small putting surfaces and well guarded greens, distance control is key to hitting greens in regulation. Blessed with mature trees and a stream running through some of the holes, it is hard to believe you are just a short distance away from the vibrant Cardiff City Centre. This is a fantastic course, offering exciting parkland golf and views of beautiful scenery.
Cardiff Golf Club Location
Located just 4 miles North of Cardiff City Centre.