We've compiled a list of the best golf courses on the west coast of Wales to help you plan your next trip.
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Since Royal St. David's was built, the tide has receded a few hundred yards, leaving a belt of land fit for few uses other than the game of golf.
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Touched by architectural greats and boasting all the classic seaside features, Aberdovey is vintage Welsh golf and a truly romantic links at heart.
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The most striking paradox at this stunning clifftop course lies in its scale. Nefyn is an enormous course which stretches for miles around the coast.
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Originally laid out in the early 1900s, Porthmadog has more than enough length to test even long hitters, and retains a charming mix of heathland and links land.
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Though Borth is not long by today's standards, this 'Grand Old Lady' of Welsh golf provides a stern challenge that can be enjoyed by all standards of golfer.
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As well as a friendly tourist town, you will also find a fabulous collection of links and parkland holes in one 18-hole layout at Pwllheli.
Among Cardigan's most notable features are the outstanding views from every part of the course - Cardigan Bay, the river Teifi estuary and the Preseli Hills in the distance.
Situated above this popular Welsh coastal town, Aberystwyth affords some spectacular and unparalleled views across Cardigan Bay.
Although in close proximity to the sea, Caernarfon is a parkland course, with true running greens and lush fairways. A delightful Welsh hidden gem.