Priskilly Forest Golf Club
Priskilly Forest, Castle Morris,
Haverfordwest, Dyfed SA62 5EH
Tel : +44 (0)1348 840 276 Fax : +44 (0)1348 840 276

Priskilly Forest Golf Club was founded in 1992. The course is a nine hole undulating parkland course, with panoramic views, surrounded by mature rhododendrons and oaks. This Shetland course will provide a challenge to experienced offers and beginners. Other services and facilities provided by the club include a licensed club house tea-room, shop and equipment for hire. Accommodation is also available in three star country house in grounds, beautiful setting.

M4 to join A40 to Letterstow (tourist signs) turn left onto B4331 to Mathey 2 1/2 turn left 1/2 mile down drive.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 19 Aug 1998.

Course Details

Course Name: Priskilly Forest Holes: 9 Yardage: 5874 SSS: 69
Immaculately kept course, with fairways second to none, challenging doglegs. A finishing hole to be reckoned with a warm welcome will always await you at the clubhouse.
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  • Priskilly Forest Golf Club

    Joy Evans wrote on: Nov 5, 2003

    Sorry to Craig for the rude people who he play next back in 2001 The course is in excellant condition and the welcome is still very good we are a sheltered course and not far from Mathry Please return for a good round with friends !Regards Joy Evans


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Craig Heart 03/01

    Craig Heart wrote on: Feb 28, 2001

    Just played the course a couple of hours ago and it was excellent the greens the fairways the whole set-up. The only fault my friend and myself had was with the poor etiquette showed to us by the following pair of golfers who would rain balls down on us. They obviously had not comprehended the fact that we could only play as fast as the group in front. Apart from this we had a great day and would come again. Hopefully this snooty little man with his funny hat would not be playing then.