Clyne Golf Club

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About the Club

At the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsula lies Clyne Golf Club, Swansea , its course commanding wonderful views in all directions.

It overlooks Swansea to the East, the Bristol Channel and Mumbles to the South, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons to the North, with the commanding heights of Gower's Cefn Bryn to the West.

The Club was founded and registered as a Limited Company in 1920.

The planning, designing and layout of the course were entrusted to Messrs H S Colt and Harries, the leading golf architects of the day. The original layout established all the important features and it is to the credit of the architects that the course has remained virtually unchanged to this day.

The course is laid out on the high ground of Clyne Common about three to four hundred feet above sea level. The turf is of the moorland type, although gradually changing in character over the years as a result of fertilisation. There are, owing to the undulating ground, many natural hazards, apart from the large number of bunkers. There is also gorse and bracken in profusion, with some strategically planted trees.

 

The large greens are generally in excellent condition. The course offers a challenging test of golf to all handicap levels at 6323 yards, Par 70 ,  SSS 72.  
The expansive course consists of two separate loops of nine holes - virtually a figure of 8 - with the result that there is no crossing and a minimum of congestion. The 1st and 10th tees and the 9th and 18th greens are conveniently situated in front of the Club House.

The course is featured in Peter Alliss's book "The 200 Best Golf Courses in the British Isles". Interestingly, Peter Alliss's father, Percy, was Clyne's first professional from 1920 to 1926.

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Clyne Golf Course
SCORE: 94 SP: 32

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Clyne Golf Course

Clyne Golf Club sits at the edge of Swansea between the City and the Gower Peninsula. On top of the hills above Clyne Valley, the natural design of the course allows all holes to have uninterrupted views of either the Mountains, the Gower or the surrounding Bays. The course is conveniently arranged so that the 9th hole also finishes at the clubhouse.

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70/72
PAR
72
SSS
6323
YARDS
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
4
4
11
311
2
4
4
7
311
3
5
5
3
490
4
3
3
13
134
5
4
4
17
285
6
4
4
5
364
7
4
4
1
382
8
3
3
15
183
9
4
5
9
440
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
4
4
10
377
11
4
4
4
371
12
3
3
18
144
13
4
4
8
332
14
5
5
2
447
15
4
4
14
268
16
4
5
6
442
17
3
3
16
126
18
4
4
12
337

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Club facilities

Club HouseDoes not have a Club House
Club HireDoes not offer Club Hire
Putting GreenDoes not have a Putting Green
Pro ShopDoes not have a Pro Shop
Practice AreaDoes not have a Practice Area
Club BarDoes not have a Club Bar
Driving RangeDoes not have a Driving Range
RestaurantDoes not have a Restaurant
Trolley Hire offers Trolley Hire
ChangingDoes not have Changing Rooms
Buggy Hire offers Buggy Hire
LessonsDoes not provide Lessons

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