About the Club
Located 8 miles west of Swansea in the Gower Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Golf has been played there since 1896, although the course owes most of its appeal today first to James Braid and then to C.K. Cotton.
The holes are routed over classically undulating and tumbling linksland, full of hummocks, hillocks and hollows and pocked with dunes large and small; in sum, exactly what we might hope to find beside the shore.
Yet this exceptional terrain is not beside the shore - It is two hundred feet above it.
No wonder Pennard has been called "the links in the sky."
The Pennard Golf Club and course is located overlooking the picturesque Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula - Britain's first designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Directions From the M4....
Exit the M4 Junction 42 for Swansea.
Follow A483 which turns into A4067(Oystermouth Road/Mumbles Road) for approx 5 miles - You will pass through many sets of traffic lights.
At Blackpill, just after the speed camera (you will see a Texaco Petrol station on your left, and a pub/restaurant 'The Woodman' on your right), get in the right hand lane at the traffic lights ahead and turn right uphill onto Mayal's Road (B4436).
Follow this road for approx 4 miles, and it will take you into Pennard. - You will eventually see the golf course on your right, and the clubhouse is a turning right, before the sharp left that leads into Southgate.