Aberdovey Golf Club
Aberdovey, Gwynedd LL35 0RT
Tel : +44 (0)1654 767210 Fax : +44 (0)1654 767027

The Professional can be contacted for details of tuition fees and information about all other facilities which include a Pro-shop, change rooms, and equipment hire. The bar in the main lounge of the Clubhouse and the dining room are both open from 11am to 8pm for service of drinks, light snacks, and full meals. The Clubhouse has a snooker room.

5 km west of Aberdovey (A493)

Course Details

Course Name: Aberdovey Holes: 18 Yardage: 6445 SSS: 71
Aberdovey Golf Club has 18 hole championship links course sited at the mouth of the River Dovey, sandwiched between the Cambrian Mountains and Cardigan Bay.

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews John Wilde 11/01

    John Wilde wrote on: Oct 31, 2001

    A natural links course wonderful clubhouse. Yes, it does have some quite flat areas and hidden ditches but they do not detract from its pure and natural links features. A 2day trip to include Aberdovey and Royal St David's is a must for any keen golfer.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Alistair Slater 05/01

    Alistair Slater wrote on: Apr 30, 2001

    I have played this course three times over the last few years on our Annual trip to North Wales, and along with Royal St David's at Harlech they are the highlights of each trip.
    Good challenging golf course, with many fine but testing holes. And you can not beat the scenery on a good day.
    Five out of Five.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Bob King 3/01

    Bob King wrote on: Feb 28, 2001

    We played Aberdovey last year along with Harlech on a three day trip. Aberdovey is a real old fashioned links 9 out 9 in type of course. Did we enjoy it ?, well were going back this year!!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Robert Hardy 10/00

    Robert Hardy wrote on: Sep 30, 2000

    A quality course that along with Harlech and Conwy are regarded as the real quality courses for serious golfers in these parts. Our friend describing it as featureless and as flat as a tortilla must have been having a bad day. They hold a junior open in August, which is superb value - last year! The juniors always come back knowing they have played one of the best courses in Wales.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Dennis Driscoll 10/98

    Dennis Driscoll wrote on: Sep 30, 1998

    This is a great course! Good shape, challenging and the scenery is wonderful. My friend and I agree that this was a highlight of our tour of Wales.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Rick Nowosad 10/98

    Rick Nowosad wrote on: Sep 30, 1998

    A course for links lovers only. Most of the course is featureless, flatter than a tortilla. The dunes only come into play on about five holes, the real problem, a series of canals that affect about thirteen holes and that meander sight unseen from the tee just off the fairways in the normal landing areas from the tees. Insidious and almost unfair to the first time visitor. The greens and course conditions in general were fine. The views may have been nice - we were subject to low lying cloud and some rain on our day so we've no idea. Very modern and substantial clubhouse. Good value!


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