Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey Golf Club

Aberdovey Golf Club

Station Road, Gwynedd, Aberdovey, Mid Wales, Wales, LL35 0RT

(+44) (0)1654 767493 | sec@aberdoveygolf.co.uk

Aberdovey is without doubt a living testament to the unique characteristics of links golf.
Three legendary architects; Colt, Braid & Fowler have all had a hand in shaping Aberdovey as it stands today. However, it is the untamed elements of the natural rolling links that has had the greatest role in creating the course.
The exhilarating start introduces tight lies, rolling fairways, undulating approaches, and fast greens.
Holes that tempt the golfer most are often those that are better played with a sense of restraint. The hazards are numerous, deceptive and sometimes hidden.
Quirky features abound throughout the course, including blind-shots, wooden railway sleepers, and the railway itself that skirts the inland portion of the course.

Green Fees (2017)

Low Season (from)

£35.00

High Season (from)

£55.00

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Golf Days (2017)

Corporate and Society Golf Days are available to be booked directly from - per person.

Membership

Memberships are currently available. Please enquire for further information.

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Opens & Events

Date 22/09/2017
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Date 21/09/2017
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Visitor Access

Visitors Welcome
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Services & Facilities

Practice Facilities
Driving Range
Pro Shop
Club Hire
Buggy Hire
Trolley Hire
Caddy Service
Spike Bar
Bar
Restaurant

Latest Golf Breaks for Aberdovey Golf Club

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From £95.00 Per Person

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Summer One Night Two Rounds

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Aberdovey is without doubt a living testament to the unique characteristics of links golf. Three legendary architects; Colt, Braid & Fowler have all had a hand in shaping Aberdovey as it stands today. However, it is the untamed elements of the natural rolling links that has had the greatest role in creating the course. The exhilarating start introduces tight lies, rolling fairways, undulating approaches, and fast greens. Holes that tempt the golfer most are often those that are better played with a sense of restraint. The hazards are numerous, deceptive and sometimes hidden. Quirky features abound throughout the course, including blind-shots, wooden railway sleepers, and the railway itself that skirts the inland portion of the course.

NO. HOLES 18
YEAR OPEN 0
DESIGNER Colt, Braid & Fowler
STYLE Links
LENGTH (MAX) 6535
PAR 71
SSS 70

LOW SEASON GREEN FROM

£35.00

HIGH SEASON GREEN FROM

£55.00

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RANKING #68 “Some of the more elevated tees provide views out across the estuary, while great views of the Snowdonia and the Cambrian Mountain range provide a backdrop to the course.” “The course has a rugged feel, and looks great to the naked eye as the dunes fall through the links framing each hole.” “The course is deeply historic and traditional, in the best sense, and also well prepared and presented.”

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