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Criccieth Golf Course

Address Criccieth Golf Club, Lon Ednyfed, Criccieth, LL52 0PH
Telephone Secretary: 01766 522697
Club/Enquiries: 01766 522154
Website www.cricciethgolfclub-northwales.co.uk
Email info@cricciethgolf.co.uk
Holes 18-hole undulating course on high ground with panoramic views over the Cambrian Coastand, natural hazards and generous fairways leading to greens of varied character.
Yardage 5034
Par 67
Visitors Tee times are readily available, even at the weekends.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
Per Round/Day: C
Course Designer Formed in 1905, one of its founding members was none other than the British Prime Minister and local hero David Lloyd George. Parts of the course are believed to have been designed by James Braid.
Location Nestled between the Snowdonia mountains and the sea, 4m W of Portnadoc
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Facilities • Clubhouse / Bar facilities and light snacks
• Restaurant meals are available on Friday evenings, Saturday and Sunday.
• Buggies, trolleys and clubs for hire
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About Criccieth The mountains of Snowdonia, the stunning coastline and historic landscape form a backdrop to this most spectacular and unique golf courses in North Wales. Criccieth Golf Club has the distinction of having three 20th century Prime Ministers play the course on the same day ie: Andrew Bonar Law, David Lloyd George, and Winston Churchill.
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The course is great fun, fantastic views and the club provided excellent food served by friendly staff. The cut on the greens was quite high but considering the weather we have had this summer is not surprising, whilst the fairways were generally dry. Although a short course some of the shots into the greens are quite daunting, especially the 9th (about 90' above the green, Par 3) & 11th (2nd across small pond, road and not a lot of landing space before the green). I would definitely recommend the course to higher handicap players as there is a great sense of achievement to be had with most of the greens reachable in 2. The locker room facilities are ok, don't expect DeVere type standard, the course is 2 x 9 with different tees on some of the holes.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
Graham Perch September 5, 2012






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