Aberdovey Golf Club
Golf society deals at Aberdovey Golf Club are available to parties of 12 players or more – Monday to Friday and meals must be taken before 4pm in Winter and 5pm in Summer.
Terms & conditions apply. Further reductions may be available for larger parties.
Please email email@example.com or ring 01654 767493, option 5 to discuss your requirements.
Birdie – bacon bap with tea/coffee & 18 holes of championship links golf – £85
Eagle – sandwiches & chips & 18 holes of championship links golf – £88
Albatross – bacon bap with tea/coffee, 18 holes of championship links golf & 1 course meal after play – £99
WINTER GOLF OFFER
1st December 2023 through to 29th February 2024 – Stay One night Bed and Breakfast with two rounds of golf for £130 per person sharing a twin room.
Please book through firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01654 767493
Aberdovey Golf Course
Yardage: 6535 yards
Slope Rating: 125
Course Rating: 72.5
Aberdovey Golf Club is enchantingly set within the Snowdonia National Park at the mouth of the Dovey Estuary, and the links are wedged between the Cambrian Mountain range and the shore offering a number of golf society deals.
Despite its old age, Aberdovey is not short, a true links course measuring over 6,500 yards from the back tees. It will test, and has tested, the very best golfers, playing host to a number of amateur championships over the years. It was here that Ian Woosnam came to practise on firm, fast greens prior to playing in the U.S. Masters each April. The course offers a challenge from a range of tees for golfers of all abilities.
Aberdovey offers links golf at its most traditional. Tight lies, rolling fairways, undulating approaches, dry-firm surfaces and fast greens are aplenty here. The course is currently ranked third in our Top 100 Courses in Wales. There are an abundance of quirky features including wooden railway sleepers courtesy of the railway line which skirts the inland section of the course. You need every club in your bag at Aberdovey as the conditions and the variety of holes present a diverse range of challenges.
Visitors to Aberdovey are often enchanted by the atmosphere and setting of the club, which is unfussy and unpretentious. Add to this the superb course, and it is clear why so many choose Aberdovey as part of a fantastic golf tour on the Welsh coast.
Visit Aberdovey’s website for more information: Aberdovey Golf
Golf courses in Wales – Golf Course Map
Contact NCG Top 100 Holidays if you want to play Aberdovey as part of a golf break/holiday