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
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GB & Ireland, Swansea and Wales
Situated above this popular Welsh coastal town, Aberystwyth affords some spectacular and unparalleled views across Cardigan Bay.
GB & Ireland, Wales and West Coast of Wales
This 1902 parkland is renowned for its excellent putting surfaces and views of the capital and Bristol Channel. One of Harry Colt's four welsh designs, Radyr is a gem.
Cardiff, GB & Ireland and Wales
Roman Road was the first of the famed resort's courses to open in 1995, with the feted designer Robert Trent Jones Sr. routing it between trees and across streams.
There can be few more pleasant places to play even during the cooler autumn and winter months than the championship links at Prestatyn.
GB & Ireland, North Wales and Wales
Cradoc enjoys tranquil natural surroundings, but don't be distracted by the breathtaking views, as this fine CK Cotton layout offers a firm challenge to all golfers.
Designed by Hubert Walker, Whitchurch has great views of the capital as well as Penarth Head, the Somerset Coast and Bristol Channel.
GB & Ireland and Wales
St Mellons is laid out in the shape of a clover leaf and, despite its beautiful surroundings, provides one of the best tests of golf in South Wales.