From Pwllheli to Porthmadog and Machynys to Maesdu, the greatest Welsh golf courses may not always trip off the tongue – except to the locals – but they offer stunning variety and distinctiveness
NCG TOP 100s
Llandrindod's turf banks and natural hazards, with true, fast and well protected greens, present a fair but critical examination of a golfer's prowess; sheer length will not suffice.
GB & Ireland and Wales
All you need to know about this brilliant British course
GB & Ireland, North Wales and Wales
Few courses can boast a setting like The Rolls of Monmouth. Expect mature oak trees, water hazards and large greens on this pedigree layout.
GB & Ireland, Swansea and Wales
As its name hints at, Machynys Peninsula was built around water – Carmarthen Bay to be specific. The result is a hugely impressive effort by Jack Nicklaus and his team.
The Wales National is a muscular modern course and is a serious test no matter whether it is in its woodland phase or holes that are parkland in character.
Cardiff, GB & Ireland, Swansea and Wales
The Celtic Manor Montgomerie is a very good No.2 and should be on the ‘play list’ of everyone who visits the complex to play the Twenty Ten.
Cardiff, GB & Ireland and Wales
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.
GB & Ireland, Wales and West Coast of Wales
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