Bear Hotel - South
1 night Bed & Breakfast and 2 rounds of golf
£85
Dragon Hotel - West
1 night B&B and 2 rounds of golf
£105
Marriott St Pierre - South
1 night DBB and 2 rounds of golf (Fri £125, Sat £169)
£109
Marriott St Pierre - South
1 night DBB and 2 rounds of golf
£109
Celtic Manor House Hotel - South
1 night B&B and 2 rounds of golf (Weekend supplements apply)
£118
Celtic Manor Resort Hotel - South
1 night B&B playing 2 rounds of golf - Weekend supplements apply
£132
Quay Hotel & Spa - North
1 Night, Bed & Breakfast, 2 Rounds of Golf (£15 weekend supplement))
£152
Celtic Manor House Hotel - South
1 night B&B playing the Twenty Ten Course - Weekend supplements apply
£153
Plas Isa Hotel - North
2 Nights, Bed & Breakfast, 2 Rounds of Golf (Mon-Fri) Weekend Supplement
£155
Bear Hotel - South
2 nights Bed & Breakfast and 3 rounds of golf
£165

 

Aberdovey Golf Club
It says much for Aberdovey that among the legions captivated by this classic links course are two golfing greats from different times and backgrounds.
 
Abersoch Golf Club
Abersoch is a hidden golfing gem nestling behind ancient sand dunes. This 18 hole course has a mixture of both links and parkland with many testing holes and wonderful views overlooking Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia mountain range. 
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Ashburnham Golf Club
One of the classic Welsh links courses, Ashburnham celebrated it's centenary in 1994 by staging the British Home International Team Championships. This was the latest in a long line of important tournaments held here since the early 1900's
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Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club
Borth's claims to be the oldest course in Wales are very impressive. Tenby beat then to it by forming the first club in 1890, but golf was being played along the natural linksland north of Borth for many years before that .
 
Bryn Meadows Golf Club
Bryn Meadows is a 6156 yard par 72 championship course set in some beautiful countryside. The fairways are tree lined and the greens have some great views over five valleys all the way up to the Brecon Beacons which is over 40 miles away.
 
Builth Wells Golf Club
Its central location makes Builth one of Wales ' most accessible courses as well as one of the most popular and it is difficult to decide who is more proud of the place, the members or the visitors.
 
Caernarfon Golf Club
Even the most focussed golfer can't remain oblivious to these surroundings and at Caernarfon they are particularly proud of the spectacular sights of the mountains, the Menai Strait and Anglesey that can be seen from everywhere on the courses.
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Clyne Golf Club
At the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsular lies Clyne Golf Club, commanding wonderful views in all directions. The planning, designing and layout of the course were entrusted to Messrs H S Colt and Harries, the leading golf architects of the day.
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Conwy Golf Club
Conwy has given its name to a river, a mountain, a magnificent castle with a complete ring of medieval town walls and championship links golf course that played a distinctive roll in two World Wars.
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Cottrell Park - Button
The course is named after the Button family who called Cottrell Park Home in the 1600's. Button Gwinnet himself, a descendent of the family, was one of the men who signed American Declaration of Independence.
Packages From £86
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Cottrell Park - Mackintosh
The Mackintosh course, is named after Alfred Donald Mackintosh of Mackintosh the 28th Chief of Clan Mackintosh and Chief of Clan Chattan, who resided at Cottrell during the 19th and 20th Centuries.
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Cradoc Golf Club
Overlooking the Brecon Beacons is Cradoc golf course. Designed by the veteran C.K Cotton, the course not only benefits from some fantastic views but the golf is just one of those pleasures you must ensure you experience.
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Fairwood Park Golf Club
This 6,700 yard course has twice hosted the Welsh PGA Championships and is therefore the only course in Swansea that can claim 'Championship' status.
 
Glamorganshire Golf Club
A wonderfully presented and established parkland course of repute. Founded in 1890 with a long history in amateur and professional golf. The Stableford scoring was born here.
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Gower Golf Club
The Gower Golf Club is an established countryside venue with a commitment to Quality Hospitality. A delightful rural location has been enhanced by a tasteful development.
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Lake Course
Having already hosted 3 Welsh PGA Professional Championships, the Lake Course is a true challenge for even the very best golfers. Aptly named, water comes into play on 9 holes – including the daunting 12th, where the green is located on an island!
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Langland Bay Golf Club
Langland Bay GC was founded in 1904 and has magnificent views of the Gower Peninsula. Although a relatively short course, Langland Bay will present the golfer with a full range of golfing tests.
Packages From £185
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Llandrindod Wells Golf Club
In 1905 a group of local businessmen had the foresight to establish an 18-hole golf course on land overlooking the spa town of Llandrindod Wells to service the needs of the thousands of visitors.
 
Llanishen Golf Club
Founded in 1905 an established parkland course overlooking Cardiff. Situated at the foot of Caerphilly mountain with spectacular views of the west country and the Bristol Channel.
 
Llanwern Golf Club
The club is one of the oldest in South Wales and remains a members’ club dedicated to providing an excellent course and club facility for the benefit of golfers of all ages and backgrounds.
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Llanymynech Golf Club
A warm welcome awaits you at Llanymynech. Inspiring upland golf with spectacular views. Some excellent holes throughout, in particular the 12th.
 
Machynys Golf Club
This stunning golf course is the first Nicklaus Design course in Wales. With it's stunning views across Carmarthen Bay and it's 7,100 yards of links style championship course it is a must for any golfer visiting South West Wales.
Packages From £215
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Maesdu Golf Club
You can be sure of a warmer welcome at Llandudno's Maesdu course than that received by a group of Norwegians in the year 1098 AD. They came by sea an had on their minds that which couldn't be compared with golf.
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Mathern St Pierre
The Mathern Course at St. Pierre Country Club is shorter than the Old Course, but equally as enjoyable with its stunning parkland design. 
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Monmouth Golf Club
A parkland course set in rolling countryside overlooking the Forest of Dean. Water, streams and woodland provide natural hazards and obstacles! Some strong par 4's throughout, particularly the 8th hole "Cresta Run" at 450 yards off the back tees...
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Monmouthshire Golf Club
Sited in full view of the Sugar Loaf Mountain and the other scenic delights of the Abergavenny area, Monmouthshire Golf Club occupies a stretch of prime country alongside the River Usk that has a rich history.
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Montgomerie
Throughout the new course, Montgomerie has put his own stamp on the layout. A traditionalist in design terms, the eight-time European No 1 has added deep pot bunkers to give the course a linksy look.
Packages From £118
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Nefyn Golf Club
As they say, a picture paints a thousand words and no hole in the world confronts the golfer with the distractions to be met on the par five 12th at Nefyn.
Packages From £152
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Newport Golf Club
Founded in 1903. A wonderfully mature parkland course on the outskirts of Newport. Traditional club and course presented in excellent condition.
 
Newport Links Golf Course
Newport Links is situated in Pembrokeshire’s Coastal National Park, sitting proudly on the coast. The traditional links course (originally 9 holes) was extended in 2008 to now become an even better test of golf.
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North Wales Golf Club
Founded in 1894, North Wales is one of the oldest courses in Wales and was once described by the great Henry Cotton as "a gem".
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Old Course St Pierre
St Pierre has hosted the Dunlop Masters and the Curtis Cup and in 1996, staged the Solheim Cup. The course has seen many improvements recently.
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Old Padeswood Golf Club
Old Padeswood is a proprietary Golf Club, situated in the picturesque Alyn Valley of Flintshire, with one of the most difficult opening holes in North Wales.
 
Pennard Golf Club
They call Pennard the 'links in the sky' because although it has all the trappings of a seaside links course - it is perched high on a cliff-top west of Swansea
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Porthmadog Golf Club
Porthmadog Golf Club is situated only a mile or so from Clough-Williams Ellis's world famous Italianate village at Portmeirion where the TV series 'The Prisoner' was filmed.
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Prestatyn Golf Club
This magnificent championship links course enjoys breathtaking scenery and challenges like no other. Aside from being one of the most striking golf courses in northern Wales it is also one of the longest.
 
Pwllheli Golf Club
David Lloyd George was one of our more colourful Prime Ministers and is remembered in the song 'Lloyd George Knew my Father'. Whether he did or not, he certainly knew Pwllhelli golf course because he performed the official opening ceremony in 1909.
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Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club
If it didn't have a royal neighbour, P&K would enjoy a far wider reputation. It has many fine qualities that distinguish from Royal Porthcawl. It possesses much higher dunes and deeper, disconcerting valleys in a layout that offers plenty of diversity.
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Radyr Golf Club
Founded in 1902, situated 4 miles north of Cardiff city centre. Magnificent views of Cardiff and surrounding countryside, this parkland course has hosted inter county tournaments.
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Rhos on Sea Golf Club
Created in the late 19th century, this mainly flat parkland course has produced many fine amateur golfers over the years. From the white tees the course measures just over 6000 yards and plays to its par and sss of 69.
 
Rolls of Monmouth
To call this the Rolls Royce of golf courses is not too fanciful because this is where the first Rolls Royce engine was built. Greg Norman also paused on his way to the top of world golf. He was the touring professional in the 1980's.
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Roman Road
A championship venue for top professional and amateur events, Roman Road is nevertheless ideal for all levels of play. A championship venue for top professional and amateur events, Roman Road is nevertheless ideal for all levels of play.
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Royal Porthcawl Golf Club
Royal Porthcawl's entitlement to be an honoured place among the world's best golf courses is usually confirmed by playing the first three holes that run alongside - and in places seem part of - the scalloped edge of Rest Bay.
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Royal St Davids Golf Club
A former president of Royal St David's put it perfectly: "Harlech is a magical place". So it is. Deep in Merlin country, the course is in the shadow of the towering castle built by Edward I in the 13th century to keep the Welsh in check.
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Southerndown Golf Club
Bracken to the left of you, bracken to the right of you, and a fairway rising up to the sun. The maestro Henry Cotton described the first here as one of the most difficult opening holes he'd encountered.
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Tenby Golf Club
Welsh golf couldn't have asked for a better birthplace. Natural golfing terrain of sea-washed turf and sandy dunes, a medieval walled town close by and a view that includes the monastery island of Caldy to remind you of tranquillity.
 
Trefloyne Golf Club
Just one mile from Tenby, Trefloyne Golf Course opened in 1996 after being allowed to mature following its construction in 1991/92. Today it is a top-grade 18 hole parkland course set in a landscape of beautiful mixed woodlands.
 
Twenty Ten
The new Ryder Cup Course, replacing Wentwood Hills, will be opening next June, in time to host The 2007 Celtic Manor Wales Open. The course has been designed to start and finish in the valley, with the hillsides providing a panoramic amphitheatre.
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Vale of Llangollen
Founded in 1908 this picturesque parkland course runs along the River Dee and is "a course for all seasons".
 
Wales National
The new Wales National is almost 7500 yards and, with water coming into play on a number of holes plus greens constructed to USGA standard - is destined to be ranked amongst the very best in the UK.
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Wenvoe Golf Club
Set in the scenic countryside in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan the well maintained parkland course is long recognised as one of the finest challenges of golf in Wales.
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Woodlake Park Golf Club
A major part of their success is the quality of the greens which were constructed in accordance with standards laid down by the United States Golf Association. The putting surface alone attracts golfers from far and near.
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