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Wales Wonderful Wales

Savor the very best of this fascinating country on this package, designed both with the discriminating golfer and the adventurous sightseer in mind, promising a very special Welsh experience.

Aberdovey Cambrian Coast Railway
Nefyn & District 13th Hole
Royal St. David's 15th Hole
Twenty Ten 18th Hole
Royal Porthcawl 5th Hole
Pennard 7th Hole

The small Principality of Wales is a fascinating corner of Britain, well worth discovering by golfers and non-golfers alike. This is land of dramatic mountain landscapes, lush green valleys and 1,700 miles of rugged coastline, home to some of the finest links to be found anywhere.

This is a land of history, of centuries old castles, of a warm and welcoming people with their own unique Celtic heritage. It is a land of song and joy and with more than 200 golf courses, it is above all, a land of golf.

From the handful of outstanding links which have already gained world renown, there are over a hundred more deserving of no less recognition. Let Golf International show you the very best as you discover perhaps the last true golfing paradise, Wales.


Day 1
Arrive Wales
Start your Wales vacation by spending 3 nights on the Northwest Coast of Wales

Day 2
Play Aberdovey Course
The favorite course of the famed golf writer Bernard Darwin, this championship links offers the spartan golfing of yesteryear. Permanent home to the Welsh Seniors Championship.

Day 3
Play Nefyn & District
“Nefyn – a view from the sea from every tee” – How many golf courses can boast that their origins lay in the bar of a small, remote pub on a secluded beach nestling spectacularly along an isolated piece of rugged coastline, and with a world famous mountain range as its backdrop? Well, Nefyn and District Golf Course can do just that and what is more, today’s visiting golfers can break off from their round on the 16th hole and still enjoy the same hospitality at the Ty Coch Inn on the Llyn Peninsula as the Club’s founder members enjoyed over 100 years ago.

Day 4
Play Royal St. David’s Course
Overlooked by the ancient castle of Harlech and the splendor of the Snowdonian Mountains, no championship course in Britain has a more spectacular setting. The course is a rather flat, though difficult, golfing challenge. The Club hosts National and International Tournaments, including the Ladies European Tour and the European Seniors Tour. In 2013 the Club welcomed the prestigious R&A sponsored Jacques Leglise Trophy between GB&I Boys and the Boys of Continent of Europe.

Transfer to South Wales for your final 4 night stay

Day 5
Play Celtic Manor Twenty Ten Course
Host to 2010 Ryder Cup, Robert Trent Jones Jr has described Twenty Ten Course as ‘a true championship’ course that combines a hilly landscape with the more traditional links-like features of the estuary. With water hazards on half of its holes, the course has six signature holes and presents many more memorable tests and risk-and-reward dilemmas. One of the features of the spectacular Twenty Ten course is its variety with many of the earlier holes having a links-like feel with long rough and greenside swales.

Day 6
Play Royal Porthcawl Course
Perhaps the most famous championship course in Wales, this is a tough one. Small greens with heavy curvatures, all richly bunkered. Magnificent sea views from every hole. The Club has hosted the Amateur Championship, the Walker Cup, the Curtis Cup, the European Team Championship, the Home Internationals, the Vagliano Trophy, the Ladies British Open Amateur Championship, the Dunlop Masters, the Penfold, the Ladies European Tour and the Coral Classic, among others

Day 7
Play Pennard Course
A magnificent links course located 8 miles west of Swansea, with spectacular views over Three Cliffs Bay on the Gower Peninsula, golf has been played at here since 1896, although the course owes most of its appeal today first to James Braid and then to C.K. Cotton. The holes are routed over classically undulating and tumbling linksland, full of hummocks, hillocks and hollows with dunes large and small and carefully placed revetted bunkers, exactly what we might hope to find beside the shore, yet this exceptional terrain is not beside the shore – it is 200 feet above sea level. No wonder Pennard is known as “the links in the sky”.

Day 8
Depart Wales

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  • 7 Nights Accommodations
  • Full Welsh Breakfast each morning
  • 6 Rounds of Championship Golf
  • Rental Vehicle
  • All local taxes

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