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RAF St Athan Golf Course

Address RAF St Athan Golf Club, Clive Road, St Athan, Barry, Vale of Glamorgan CF2 4JD
Telephone Course Information: 01446 751862
Club: 01446 751043
Website www.rafstathangc.co.uk
Email rafstathan@golfclub.fsbusiness.co.uk
Holes 9-hole course challenging to all levels of golfer.
Yardage 6554-6246-5456 yds
SSS 72
Visitors Club is open to all. Dress Code in place.
Societies Apply in advance
Green Fees
Weekdays: B / Weekends & BH: C
With Member: A / B
Course Designer Est. 1976
Location 2m E of Llantwit Major. 10m S of Bridgend
Map
Facilities
Clubhouse offering a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Lessons / Driving range
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Demanding 9 hole course,with good greens.Very warm welcome from both members,and management.
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 9.5/10
R.Vecchi January 24, 2011






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