Penmaenmawr Golf Club

Penmaenmawr Golf Club, Penmaenmawr, North Wales, Wales, LL34 6RD

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4 reviews of Penmaenmawr Golf Club

brilliant little gem of a golf course, greens are brilliant and the course provides a test for any golfer but can be enjoyed by any standard of golfer. people are very friendly and welcoming!

Posted by greg kay on 08/09/2007
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Overall Rating 5
  • Overall Ratings
  • Clubhouse 5
  • Course challenge 4
  • Value for money 5
  • Clubhouse 5
  • Course challenge 4
  • Value for money 5

A very nice course, in good condition even at new year. Breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding mountains combine to make this course one not to be missed. The nine hole pattern is well thought out and will test good players but not ruin a round for higher handicappers. The welcome in the clubhouse was warm and friendly.

Posted by Stephen Law on 04/01/2000

One of the finest nine hole courses to play. You would think with no par 5`s it would be an easy course to play. No way. The 5th and the 7th will play like par 5`s for most people. Even low handicappers will struggle to make par on these two. While the 3rd and 6th greens are hard to hit for any player. It is a well looked after course and a very welcoming clubhouse. If you haven`t played it then don`t hesitate to book it. The golf is fine and scenery is outstanding. DO NOT miss it.

Posted by on 06/11/1999

A gem of a course hidden away between the mountains and the sea with views that are secound to none.\r\nThe biggest choice is not club selection,but weather to watch the buzzards hunting over the hills or to watch the sailing ships out in the Conwy Bay moving between The Great Orme and Puffin Island.\r\nThis is one of the finest nine hole courses you will ever be lucky eoungh to play.\r\nEach hole offers a different challange, with the 365yd 5th being as tough as they come.A narrow dogleg left fairway with a farmers field beckoning on the left is only the first hurdle you are then left with an up hill long iron or fairwaywood to a green which is at least 160/180yds away and 50ft above you,great. \r\nThe club is so welcoming you will want to stay all day. This one is a must,go play it.

Posted by on 30/06/1999

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Number of holes 18
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Style downland

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