Clyne Golf Club
120 Owls Lodge Lane, Mayals,
Swansea, West Glamorgan SA3 5DP
Tel : +44(0) 1792 401989 Fax : +44(0) 1792 401078

5 km southwest of Swansea

Further Information
Driving range

Course Details

Course Name: Clyne Holes: 18 Yardage: 6334 SSS: 71

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  • Great course

    Lloyd Martinson wrote on: Mar 27, 2004

    A great golf course. One of the best in Wales and by far the best in the area. You can just imagine the scene a lovely round of 18 hole golf then in for a delicious meal in the clubhouse that overlokks the 9th and 18th greens. The access is great and the food is superb a great club!!!!!!


      • RE: Great course

        Ken & Wendy Evans wrote on: Jun 25, 2012

        we worked at this club from 1979 until 1983 as steward and stewardess and retain very fond memories of our time there. The course was and I understand still is a great one. Although we were employees we were made to feel,in many ways,as members.
        Wendy and I send all our friends our best wishes.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Russell J Davies 08/01

    Russell J Davies wrote on: Jul 31, 2001

    Hole 15 features a sunken green, which as like the 9th acts like glass, aiming for the green is fatal, unless you have mastered the art of backspin. Most players will attempt to leave the ball just short and allow a jump onto the green. I tend to find this green the hardest to read and three putting is well known to many of the members.
    16 is a very long par 4 which is nigh on impossible if there is any type of wind in the bay. Two good drives will get you close to the green but does not mean you will be able to par the hole. Be prepared to lose shots on your way back to the clubhouse.
    The 17th is a testing par three, which holds a mammoth bunker for any way ward shots left and short of the pin. You will need climbing equipment just to make it into this bunker, let alone make any sort of an attempt to save par.
    If you have managed to make it to the 18th hole with your scorecard reasonably intact then you will be able to enjoy the view of the course, from the bay in the distance to the club house welcoming you to play your drive to the green. You golfers who can hit the monster shots may find yourself in the glorious position of putting for an eagle as you head to the bar.
    All in all, the entire course is demanding and hilly, with rough which is unforgiving. Greens are well kept and the distinct lack of water can be seen as advantage. If you are able to play this course to your handicap you have played well. A beautiful course with spectacular views, and the ale is worth waiting for in a friendly clubhouse.