Click on the respective golf club (link), and you will come to its website and then you can really soak up the magical linksland atmosphere.

Prestatyn Golf Club - Prestatyn, Denbighshire - 1905

6,808 yards/par 72. Fred Collins as Donald Steel

Rhyl Golf ClubRhyl, Denbighshire – 1890

6,295 yards/par 71 (9 holes). Course designer: James Braid

North Wales Golf ClubWest Shore, Llandudno – 1894

6,247 yards/par 71. Course Designer: John Ball – Harold Hilton

A genuine links course with Championship standard. Stunning location, challenging and really refreshing, it is located at Llandudno –"the Queen of the Welsh resorts" on Penmorfa Beach known as the West Shore.

Conwy Golf ClubMorfa, Conwy – 1890

6,936 yards/par 72. Course Designer: Club Members

Spectacular Championchip Links Course on the North Wales coastline and estuaries. With water from three directions, as well as the breeze from the sea, you are offered the ultimate golf test. A wonderful links that are impressive, naturally charming and of course really challenging. The views as well as the course and finish are absolutely amazing. Sam Torrance: "I can't wait to play Conwy again, it's an awesome course"

Pwlleli Golf ClubKenfig, Bridgend – 1900

6,091 yards/par 72. Course Designer: Tom Morris as James Braid

Porthmadog Golf ClubPorthmadog, Gwyneed – 1905

6,322 yards/par 71. Course designer: James Braid

Royal St. David's Golf ClubHarlech, Gwynedd – 1894

6.601yards / par 69. Course designer: Harold Finch-Hatton

Royal St. David's Golf Club – Clwb Golff Brenhinol Dewi Sant – a recognized and delicious top-rated premium Championchip Course. A challenging test, fantastic environment, beautifully scenic. Undulating fairways, fast greens, incomparable finishes, making the course fair and challenging.   Breathtaking coastal location in Snowdonia National Park, at the magnificent 14th-century Harlech Castle.

Aberdovey Golf ClubAberdovey, Gwynedd – 1892

6.454yards / par 71. Course designer: Harry Colt – James Braid – Herbert Fowler

Croeso in Clwb Golff Aberdyfi – superb links character. A journey of time and beauty, beautifully naturally shaped – a pure experience. All ingredients are available, narrow but rolling fairways, undued, fast greens, requiring strategy and creativity. The holes blend dynam visibility into the environment and the view gives the feeling of harmony.

Botrth & Ynyslas Golf Club - Ceredigion, Cardiaganshire - 1885

6.116yards/par 70. Course designer: Harry Colt

Tenby Golf ClubTenby, Pembrokeshire – 1888

6,337 yards/par 69. Course designer: James Braid

Championship course at the corner of Pembrokeshire. The course is impressively beautiful, delicious design, narrow fairways, fast greens and is endlessly varied. The course runs along Tenby South Beach and offers spectacular views.

Ashburnham Golf Club - Burry Port, Carmarthenshire - 1894

6,910 yards/par 72. Course designer: J.H. Taylor

Pennard Golf ClubSouthgate, Swansea – 1896

6,225 yards/par 71. James Braid as C.K. Cotton

A rare beauty, known as "The Links in The Sky".  Classically hilly, evil-like, just what you'd expect to find on the beach, but this natural beauty is 200 feet above sea level. The surroundings shine and the coolest hole must be the 7th, you hit from the tee over the sea.

Swansea Bay Golf Club – Neath, West Glamorgan – 1892

6,225 yards/par 71. James Braid as C.K. Cotton

Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club – Bridegend, Mid Glamorgan- 1919

6,588 yards/par 71. Track designer: Hayy Colt as Philip Mackenzie Ross

Pyle and Kenfig Golf Clubs – naturally charming, hilly, beautiful and challenging Championchip Course. Panoramic views that are spectacular, one can see the Bristol Canal, the Gower Peninsula, Sker House and the magnificent Welsh Mountains. A path that changes character several times a day by the wind, reinforcing the uniqueness.

Royal Porthcawl Golf ClubRest Bay, Porthcawl – 1891

6,879 yards/par 72. Course Designer: Charles Gibson – Harry Colt – Tom Simpson – C.K. Cotton

Top-ranked worldlinks. The status of the track is outstanding. Theatrical scenes and lovely, spectacular but challenging holes. A true and delicious coastal gem. Michael Williams at The Daily Telegraph; "Royal Porthcawl epitomises all that is best about the game, as it once was, even down to a creaking clubhouse that is as unchanging as the magnificent links and unrivalled hospitality."

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