Llandudno (North Wales) Golf Club
72 Bryniau Road, West Shore,
Llandudno, Gwynedd LL3O 2DZ
Tel : +44 (0)1492 875325 Fax : +44 (0)1492 872420

North Wales Golf Club has earned itself a fine reputation since its inception in 1894 and has hosted by regional championships. The club provides professional tuition, a pro shop, changing rooms, equipment hire. A clubhouse bar is open daily serves snacks and the restaurant serves lunch, tea dinner. The Clubhouse also has a snooker table.

4 km from Llandudno on West Shore

Further Information
Llandudno Golf Club is also known as North Wales Golf Club.
E-mail address:- is nwgc@northwales.uk.com For more information on Llandudno (North Wales) Golf Club see www.no rthwales.uk.com

Course Details

Course Name: Llandudno Holes: 18 Yardage: 6247 SSS: 71
True links course situated on the Penforfa Beach now commonly known as the West Shore, and overlooking Conway Bay . The course is of Championship standard, hosting the Welsh Team Championship in 1995.

The vista is an ever-changing one, particularly when surveyed from the 9th tee homewards. Commencing with the Little Orme and moving anti-clockwise to the Great Orme, with Llandudno town nestling between them on very low lying ground. The North Shore has a 'front' which looks across the open sea. Still moving to the left, we see the West Shore facing Anglesey and the bird sanctuary island of Puffin. Continuing left the mountains of Eryri - Snowdonia, with the peak of Snowdon itself some 20 miles away. The seasons are reflected by the colour of the hills, the summer purple heather and the white snow caps of the winter months. The lush valley of the Conway is seen before the estuary. Finally the course terminates at West Baywith the pleasant village of Deganwy. Dominating the view is the Vardre where many a battle was fought before and during the erection of Conwy Castle in the 12th Century.

For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Like to know

    margaret wrote on: Apr 2, 2005

    Hi this is Canada coming for a visit this summer! Hubby would like a game of golf, is your course public and how much would it be for a game? Do you have senior rates? Our regards
    Thank you Margaret
    Ps didn't see a pic of the course on the web


  • breakmaster

    joke van Cleef wrote on: Oct 27, 2004

    If possible, please let me know if you have the "breakmaster" in stock, and wich is the price of it. If you don't where, not to far from rhos on sae, can I by this breakmaster. If the breakmaster is not available in the UK, is the greenreader than available?
    Thanks for answering me.


  • knowing the course

    mike challoner wrote on: Nov 21, 2003

    hoping to join this course at the start of the new year 2004 as i live in llandudno i know that maesdu is no comparison to north wales course as the course is far superiour and the course lay out is very challining as it is set near the sea it gives you that real outdoor feeling that we all want when playing golf anybody who joins this course or just to play 1 round will not be disapionted hope to see you there in the new year mike


      • RE: knowing the course

        dan wrote on: Mar 13, 2005

        how much is it to play a round at llandudno golf course.
        please reply back i live in england (stoke-on-trent)


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ian Talboys, hdcp 8 01/00

    Ian Talboys, hdcp 8 wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    Although the course opens with six rather average holes, from the seventh onwards this is links golf at its very best, with the course moving along the shoreline before meandering through the sand-hills. Excellent value for money, and with other excellent courses in close proximity, Llandudno is a great location for a golfing holiday.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Ken Warrington - h'cap 18 06/99

    Ken Warrington - h'cap 18 wrote on: May 31, 1999

    Excellent course with everything for various handicaps. Fairways and greens were in good condition in May 99.
    The course can be difficult depending on the direction of the wind(the 16th 150yds can be a 7 iron or driver).The first is a dogleg left with an intimidating row of houses on the left for those who are adventurous.
    Friendly members and staff. Food good. Never disappointed 5th visit with golf society.


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