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Peterstone Lakes Golf Course

Peterstone Lakes Golf Club, Peterstone, Wentloog, Cardiff,South Glamorgan, Wales
Address Peterstone Lakes Golf Club, Peterstone, Wentloog, Cardiff, CF3 2TN
Telephone 01633 680009
Tee Times/Pro Shop: 01633 680075
Website www.peterstonelakes.com
Email info@peterstonelakes.co.uk
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Holes 18-hole challenging golf course
Yardage 6607
SSS 72
Visitors Visitors welcome. Casual/smart dress code.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play Mon- Fri, subject to availability. Please telephone club in advance to make a booking or book on-line quoting your an Open Fairways member.
Tee Time Booking Online Tee Time Booking available. Click here to make your booking.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary, packages
Green Fees
Early Bird (Mon-Fri): B
Mon-Fri: C / Week End: D
Twilight: A
Winter: C/D
Course Designer Robert Sandow
Opened in 1990
Location Situated between Cardiff and Newport, 3m S of Castleton, off A48. situated Just 10 minutes from the M4
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Facilities
The "Cinnamon Tree" restaurant, Golfers Bar and The "Crystal Suite"
Weddings, Society day, company or corporate golfing occasion: evening presentation dinner for up to 160 guests
Practice field, putting green, nets and practice bunkers
Ample free parking
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About Peterstone Lakes "Peterstone Lakes is situated upon the Gwent levels in a site of special scientific interest, with the land being reclaimed from the sea over 1000 years ago."
"A golf course that meanders through natural waterways with only the Severn estuary lapping against the sea wall. You will share the course with an array of wildfowl, and maybe tempt the sea breeze to compliment your golf."
Exc. from Peterstone Lakes' own Website
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Great deal if you tee off before 9am at £12 for 18 holes its more than half price on standard tee off fees. The course is very well maintained and the location is amazing. The club house is nice with a big pro shop attached and plenty of parking for everyone.
For Cardiff it is also nice to play a flat course for the money as the other courses are expensive unless you play with a member.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8/10
Mike Morris August 20, 2010






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