Radyr Golf Club
Drysgol Road,
Radyr, Cardiff CF4 8BS
Tel : +44 (0)29 20842408 Fax : +44 (0)29 20843914

Scenic parkland course which has held many county and national championships. Extensive practice facilities available as well as full or snack catering . Two bar areas plus convenient service area. Society and corporate days available, by arrangement with the Club Manager. Traditional friendly and welcoming members club celebrating centenary in 2002.

Leave Jct. 32 - M4 - approx. 1.5 miles.

Further Information
Information herein provided by the club 22 Aug 1998.
Members Tel:+44 (0)29 20 842442 ; Dining-room Tel:+44 (0)29 20842735.

Course Details

Course Name: Radyr Holes: 18 Yardage: 6350 SSS: 70
Tight scenic parkland course with very good reputation for quality of presentation and fast true greens. Extensions to the course are planned for the year 2002.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Radyr Golf Club

    Kris wrote on: Apr 3, 2004

    As I am a member of Radyr I have played the course many times.The good things of the course are the practice area, the greens and of course the fairways.But the bad things are most probably the bunkers and the lack of water not being any where.Being a member I really like playing the course with my friends and playing on the practice area a mark out of 10 I give to Radyr Golf Club a 10/10.Truely because its the best course ive played so far and I love playing it.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Parry David 07/00

    Parry David wrote on: Jun 30, 2000

    Having been a member of Radyr golf club for 14 years I have played the course several times. I have also played other courses around Europe and also in the Cardiff area. Radyr is by far one of the better courses in the area with its well-established greens and fairways; the only disappointment for me is the bunkers. New sand, a good digging over regularly and some decent rakes would make a big difference. In my opinion the course is challenging, but I can't help thinking that a little water here and there would improve it further.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Brooker, Radyr, Cardiff. 01/00

    David Brooker, Radyr, Cardiff. wrote on: Dec 31, 1999

    As a member of Radyr I have obviously played the course many times. The fairways are nearly always in peak condition (not that I get a chance to use them much due to my standard of play). The greens are always very quick, especially in the summer, and the bunkers are in tip-top condition all year round. Although the course is fairly short it is very challenging, normally because the pin positions are carefully selected meaning that even straight-forward holes are tough. I would recommend Radyr Golf Course to anyone who enjoys playing on quality golf courses, and who enjoys being treated with warmth and friendliness by both staff and members alike.