Discover a golf course in South Wales with no mountains to climb and no valleys to cross. A golf course that meanders through natural waterways with only the Severn estuary lapping against the sea wall. You will share the course with an array of wildfowl, and maybe tempt the sea breeze to compliment your golf.
Peterstone Lakes is situated upon the Gwent levels in a site of special scientific interest, with the land being reclaimed from the sea over 1000 years ago. Centuries of farming by many generations, including Monks and the Romans were the forerunners in preparing the course for today's inhabitants . . you, the modern golfer.
Opened in 1990 and complimented by a superb clubhouse, Peterstone Lakes has now become one of South Wales favourite golfing and social venues for a variety of occasions. The golf club has been under family ownership since December 1998. Remarkable changes and improvements have taken place in the Club house and on the course. Lakes have been extended, new bunkers built and ditches filled in and grassed over, making for a more fair, interesting and challenging round. Whether you are an established player or a complete beginner, Peterstone Lakes has something to offer everyone.
Combine this challenging golf course with friendly and generous Welsh hospitality and visit Peterstone Lakes Golf Club today!
Great course, great conditions and even though the weather has been very dry and hot the greens are still true and not too fast (unlike most courses at the moment).
You can play to the pins and stop the ball. Make sure you get to the greens and trust your putter
Favourite Hole: 6
Last Played: 26 July 2014.
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