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Aberystwyth Golf Course

Aberystwyth Golf Club, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
Address Aberystwyth Golf Club, Bryn-y-Mor, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 2HY
Telephone Secretary: 01970 615104
Clubhouse: 01970 615104
Professional: 01970 625301
Website www.aberystwythgolfclub.com
Email secretary@aberystwythgolfclub.com
Holes 18-hole spectacular meadowland course
Yardage 6119-5801-5170
SSS 71-69-71
Visitors Visitors are always welcome.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
Weekdays: Summer: D Per round / Winter: B
Weekends/Bank Holidays:
Summer: D Per round/Winter: C
Special society (parties of 10 +) packages available from C per day
Course Designer Golf was first played at Aberystwyth Golf Club on Coronation Day 1911. The full golf course was officially opened in the summer two years later after the completion of the 5th and 6th holes. The official opening took place with the staging of an exhibition match involving the French champion George Duncan and other professionals.
Location Situated on the edge of the Mid Wales town, Aberystwyth Golf Course is framed by the picturesque views of the town centre, the coastline of Cardigan bay, and the Welsh countryside.
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I played this course on Wednesday 20th October 2010. Teeing off at 10.30 we were able to take advantage of the £10 for 18 holes before 11am offer. The pro-shop staff were friendly and accomodated us tourists without having pre-booked.
The course has some stunning views and I would have been happy to have paid full price. The course is well looked after but be warned the first few holes are a bit of a climb. This is a hilly course and some of the holes you are teeing off blind, but for me this added to the fun.
The view on the 17th is great and a tight par 3 to finish completes the round nicely. A good course, nice staff and stunning views. The club house is pretty basic and food wasn't avalaible but the barman did rustle up a ham and cheese roll which was much needed after the hills. I would definitely return when on holiday in wales again.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 7.5/10
Matt Thompson October 22, 2010






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