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Radyr Golf Course

Address Radyr Golf Club, Drysgol Road, Radyr, Cardiff, CF15 8BS
Telephone 02920 842408 / Pro Shop: 02920 842476
Website www.radyrgolf.co.uk
Email manager@radyrgolf.co.uk
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Holes Gently undulating challenging 18-hole picturesque course nestling in rural heathland and boasting fabulous views of Cardiff City, The Vale and The Bristol Channel.
Yardage 6109-5979-5510
SSS 70-70-73
Visitors Visitors are welcome at Radyr Golf Club Monday to Fridays and on selected Sundays. Phone Secretary. Reasonable standard of dress is required at all times and a valid handicap certificate is required.
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No visitors on Saturday due to Member Competitions. Visitor tee times are available Monday to Friday and Sunday. Bookings are advisable and subject to availability.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary -Wed/Thu/Fri
Green Fees
D / F
Course Designer Established in 1902.
Braid/Holt
Location Nestling in rural heathland & overlooking the City of Cardiff and the Bristol Channel beyond.
5m NW of Cardiff, off A470. M4 J32
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Facilities
• Table tennis, snooker room
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Conference facilities available / Weddings
• Extensive practzice and teaching ground:
• Two-tier putting green, practice nets, chipping area and practice bunker
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I played this course recently during their Open week and what a pleasure it was. A gentle start which just got better and better. The course is not long by modern standards but includes a lot of challenging par 4's that are well over 400yds. The 4th,5th, 9th and 15th being particularly memorable. There are 5 par 3's all of which are tough but superb! The 12th is just simply brilliant. The only possible negative is that the par fives are a bit on the short side (for the longer hitters anyway!). The condition of the course was awesome. I can honestly say that I have not played on better greens anywhere this year and that includes a good number of championship courses in England and Scotland. For the record I am a cat 1 golfer. Thoroughly recommended!
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9/10
Glyndwr Phillips September 15, 2010






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