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Bangor St Deiniol Golf Course/Clwb Golff St. Deiniol

Bangor St Deiniol Golf Club, Penybryn, Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales
Address Bangor St Deiniol Golf Club/Clwb Golff St. Deiniol, Pen Y Bryn, Bangor, LL57 1PX
Telephone 01248 353098
Website www.st-deiniol.co.uk
Email secretary@bangorgolf.co.uk
Holes 18 hole championship standard course set overlooking the city of Bangor with unprecedented views of Anglesey, Snowdonia and the North Wales coast
Yardage 5652
SSS 68
Visitors Unrestricted. Open all year round. Visitors and parties are especially welcome.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
Adult Week-day: D
Adult Week-end: D
Winter C/D
Course Designer James Braid - The Club was founded in 1906
Location Off A5/A55 J 11,1m E of Bangor on A5122
Map
Facilities
The club house has 2 bars, one small and friendly, the other in a larger room suitable for bigger parties.
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Comment Situated on "Bangor Mountain", this heathland course provides magnificent views of Snowdonia, the Great Orme, Puffin Island and the Menai Strait. Overall, a great place to be.
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Reviews

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St Deiniol Bangor Golf Club
Not for the feint hearted, and I really mean that in every sense.
The course changes elevation in a spectacular fashion and it is a tough 5 mile walk round. Carry your clubs or hire a buggy - a trolley would be a burden not a help. Views are fabulous from the higher parts of the course once you get your breath back.
It is a short course par 68 but is seriously tight - when I played in July the rough was impossibly thick and often only a few yards from the fairway or green. If you are around 20 Handicap like me you will need to carry a good stock of balls. I was 6 over and played well (4 pars and a birdy). A few loose shots were severely punished and I was 5 off the tee on a par 3!!
The welcome at the club was terrific and the condition of the course was good.
I am glad I made it round this seriously tough James Braid course but I wouldn't play it again without a member to help with clubbing and lines.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
Malcolm Smith July 28, 2015






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