Founded in 1922, Cardiff Golf Club is a stunning parkland course surrounded by a variety of mature trees. Some of the features on this golf course are the small to medium sized greens and the tight tee shots you will face throughout. This golf course is a must play while on a Cardiff City Golf Tour.
Cardiff Golf Course18 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.
Interested in staying at Cardiff Golf Club? Chose from the selection of golf courses below to sample on your golf holiday. Unsure as to which golf course suits your handicap? Send us an enquiry or call our expert sales team on 0800 279 7988, our experts are on hand to offer advice and take the stress away from organising your golf break.
Rolls of Monmouth Golf Course
18 holes, 69 par, 5698 yards. Parkland.
Arguable the prettiest golf course in Wales, Monmouth Golf Club is also a stern test to many golfers. A stunning 5,698 yard par 69 mature parkland course boasts panoramic views over the Welsh Hills and Wye Valley. The undulating course includes many aptly named holes, including "The Oasis" and "Cannes Folly" the latter being named in Britains 100 Most Extraordinary Golf Holes.
Mackintosh Golf Course
18 holes, 72 par, 6356 yards. Parkland.
At 6,407-yards off the whites, the Mackintosh Course uses the natural terrain to challenge golfers with a mature, undulating parkland style that will challenge the best of golfers. Equally, the superb drainage on the golf course makes it playable all year round and the great views across the Vale of Glamorgan countryside make for a real treat while playing a truly enjoyable track.
Button Golf Course
18 holes, 71 par, 6229 yards. Parkland.
Excellent views, as far as the Brecon Beacons on a clear day, make this a particularly enjoyable round. At 6,123-yards it’s not the longest golf course, but with 13 lakes and ponds spread throughout the 18 holes there will be some challenging shots to keep even the lowest handicappers on their toes.
Southerndown Golf Course
18 holes, 70 par, 6449 yards. Heathland / Links.
A unique links style course that is made up of gorse and bracken, there are no bunkers or water hazards but this course challenges all golfers. Every April the famous 72 championship Duncan Putter event is held and attracts some of the best amateur's. Southerndown is renowned for it's first hole being famously referred to as one of the most difficult opening holes in golf, an unmissable experience. Millionaire's golf!!
Royal Porthcawl Golf Course
18 holes, 72 par, 7065 yards. Links.
There are very few links golf courses in the UK that match Royal Porthcawl Golf Club for quality, making it the perfect golf venue to include in the itinerary for your golf break to South Wales. Ryder Cup captain and former Masters champion Ian Woosnam, and legend Tiger Woods are just two of the names from the golfing arena that have put their abilities to the test on this historic golf course. At just over 7,000 yards Royal Porthcawl isn’t for the faint-hearted - with strong winds present on every hole and a tough layout, even the best of golfers will struggle to score well here.
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