Much-loved resorts and some of the UK's best hidden gems, Wales has it all
Why book a Wales golf vacation?
- Unbeatable value championship links golf
- Royal Porthcawl and Royal St David's Golf Clubs
- 2010 Ryder Cup host Celtic Manor Resort
- Brecon Beacons National Park
- Vibrant capital city of Cardiff
- Majestic castles and stunning unspoilt scenery
Popular golf destinations in Wale
What makes golf in Wales so special?
Wales is the hidden gem of UK golf
Scotland and Ireland tend to get all the attention from visiting golfers to the British Isles, which really doesn't give justice to the world-class courses that Wales has to offer. With less crowds, lower prices, authentic courses and wonderful people, Wales Tourism quite rightly refers to golf in Wales as 'Golf as it should be'.
There are two primary golfing regions in Wales, along the south Bristol Channel coast and around the north west corner, close to Snowdonia National Park. International access is best through London for the south region of Wales (or perhaps connect into Cardiff Airport), whilst entry into the UK through Manchester may be better for the north west region.
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If you want to get off the beaten track and experience a relatively untouched golf destination, then you must go to Wales. Raw and natural with spectacular scenery and authentic links golf courses.
UK & Ireland Product Manager
Things go see & do
From the awe-inspiring scenery to the endless list of incredible activities, Wales is a beautiful country famous for its rugged mountains, national parks and Celtic culture. We recommend taking a trip to Snowdonia National Park which boasts plenty of hiking trails, beautiful lakes and glacial landforms.
Cardiff is a must-visit with its great nightlife scene, National Museum and medieval castle. Those looking for hidden gems should take a trip to the Hafod Estate or Devil’s Bridge Falls, both of which are recognized as places of outstanding national beauty.