Pwllheli Golf Club

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About the Club

 Situated on the south coast of the truly fantastic Lleyn Peninsula the course has unrivalled views of Snowdonia over Cardigan Bay  this is a sublime setting where the golf is equally awe-inspiring.

Uniquely Pwllheli has both links and parkland holes, it's quite a mesmerising combination, which can be enjoyed by golfers of all levels and is an excellent venue for societies

Not long by many course standards at 6100yards from the back tees, some might think that this is an easy course,however with the absence of par 5's , and some of the par 4's playing in to the prevailing south westerly winds  Pwllheli is a true test of golf for golfers of all handicap levels.
  At 197 yards with the beach to the left and  a cavernous bunker short of the right front of the green the 10th is typical of some of the memorable holes to be found on the course.

Directions

Pwllheli is located in Gwynedd north west Wales. Follow the A499 from Caernarfon or the A497 from Porthmadog.
The course is situated near the seashore to the west of Pwllheli and can be found by following the tourist direction signs through the town. The course and clubhouse command superb views of Snowdonia, and over Cardigan Bay to the Cambrian Mountain range in the distance.
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Pwllheli Golf Course
SCORE: 95 SP: 35

Courses & Scorecards

Pwllheli Golf Course

The first 9 holes were designed by Tom Morris of Hoylake in 1900 and ran along the sand dunes. The course was extended to 18 holes in 1909 when the course architect was 5 times British Open Champion James Braid. The then President of the Board of Trade, David Lloyd George officially opened the extended course on the 1st June 1909. Pwllheli has often been described as a unique golf course with 9 holes being gentle parkland and 9 holes being a true test of links golf. The course measures 6,108 yards par 69 with a SSS of 70 for the men and 5,224 yards par and SSS of 71 for the ladies. The course is flat and is suitable for golfers of all ages and abilities. From the course and clubhouse, there are superb views of Snowdonia and over Cardigan Bay to the Cambrian Mountain range, and the Clubhouse is closer to the sea than any other Golf Clubhouse in the U.K. In 1998, in a survey for golf monthly magazine by a group of independent golf panelists, amongst them Walker Cup captain Peter McEvoy, Pwllheli was listed as one of 7 Welsh golf clubs to appear on the "Top 200 Courses in Britain" - a fact that the Club is proud of. Within the last three years the Course has enjoyed recognition by both the Welsh Golfing Union (WGU) and the Welsh Ladies Golf Union (WLGU). In 2000 the Welsh Boys Championship was held in Pwllheli, followed in 2002 by the Welsh Ladies Team Championship.

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69/71
PAR
69
SSS
6108
YARDS
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
1
4
4
12
371
2
4
4
4
399
3
3
3
18
139
4
4
4
10
366
5
4
4
16
308
6
4
4
14
339
7
4
5
2
431
8
4
4
8
350
9
4
4
6
374
Hole
Par
Par 2
SI
Yds
10
3
3
11
173
11
4
4
15
291
12
3
3
17
133
13
4
5
3
407
14
4
4
7
331
15
4
4
1
445
16
4
4
9
336
17
4
4
5
346
18
4
4
13
342

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Club facilities

Club HouseHas a Club House
Club Hire offers Club Hire
Putting GreenHas a Putting Green
Pro ShopHas a Pro Shop
Practice AreaHas a Practice Area
Club BarHas a Club Bar
Driving RangeDoes not have a Driving Range
RestaurantHas a Restaurant
Trolley Hire offers Trolley Hire
Changing has Changing Rooms
Buggy Hire offers Buggy Hire
Lessons can provide Lessons

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