Peterstone Lakes Golf Club
Peterstone, Wentlooge,
Cardiff, South Glamorgan CF3 8TN
Tel : +44 (0)1633 680 009 Fax : +44 (0)1633 680 563

Peterstone Lakes Golf Course is a 18 hole flat relatively long course situated upon the Gwent levels next to the Severn estuary. Its natural waterways and man made lakes provide a challenging round of golf. One should not be surprised to see some of the wildfowl on the course in this conservation area. Opened in 1990 Peterstone Lakes is a family run course with friendly hospitality and newly refurbished club house with the new terrace overlooking the 1st and 18th holes. Good cheap food is available all day.
Visitors and societies are welcome with a range of packages for everyone.

3 miles south of Castleton off A48 and junction 28 off M4.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 3 March 2000.
Facilities include:- practise field, practise bunkers, practise putting green, P.G.A. pro-shop, club house/bar/restuarant.

Course Details

Course Name: Peterstone Holes: 18 Yardage: 6600 SSS: 72

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

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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Tony Holland Hdcp 20 06/01

    Tony Holland Hdcp 20 wrote on: May 31, 2001

    Peterstone has become a very good course in a short space of time. The fairways and greens have improved dramatically since I last played the course. It is a flat course, so it's easy walking for all. It helps to be a straight hitter as water lines quite a few of the well-cut fairways. The greens are large and very well kept. The wildlife throughout the course is an added bonus. The clubhouse is superb, with a patio area offering good views of the 1st fairway and 18th green. All in all a good course for beginners and experienced golfers alike.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Daniel Martin Hdcp 28 10/00

    Daniel Martin Hdcp 28 wrote on: Sep 30, 2000

    I regularly play on Peterstone lakes for the past year and it has had dramatic changes made to it. All for the better. There are many new additions to the course, which make it increasingly challenging. The lakes are now topped up by the Ebbw River so the reins don't become stagnant in the summer. Allot of the poorly placed bunkers have been removed so the course is much better to play on. The only problem that I can see is that the trolleys and buggys are let out in the wet so it can become a bit muddy.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Andy Chinnick 02/00

    Andy Chinnick wrote on: Jan 31, 2000

    Peterstone Lakes Golf Club has recently undergone huge change, both on and off the course. The Club has now been purchased and is run as a family business. The course has been greatly improved by incorporating the man made lake into a feature on more holes, and the addition of all year round grass tees. The greens are of good quality and true with large putting surfaces. The Club House is outstanding with a friendly atmosphere and quality food at a low cost. The newly built terrace offers great views over the course. When aged over the next year, this course will be a great day out.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark Windust 02/00

    Mark Windust wrote on: Jan 31, 2000

    Not a bad Golf course but it is very flat with water on most holes. Could be a nice course to play on if they cut it once in a while. The Clubhouse has average facilities. Overall I would give it an average 5 out of 10.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Simon Cranfield, h'cap 11 06/99

    Simon Cranfield, h'cap 11 wrote on: May 31, 1999

    A nice course, flat and an easy walk, although being near the sea wall, I am sure when the wind blows it could be hard work. The front nine is relatively easy, but the back nine becomes tighter and longer and is a good test. Good club house, with good inexpensive food.