Rhos-on-Sea Golf Club
Penrhyn Bay,
Llandudno, Gwynedd LL30 3PU
Tel : +44(0) 1492 549 641

On coast at Rhos-on-Sea. 6 km east of Llandudno

Course Details

Course Name: Rhos On Sea Holes: 18 Yardage: 6064 SSS: 69

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  • breakmaster

    Joke van Cleef wrote on: Oct 27, 2004

    I'm looking to buy a "breakmaster". This tool is not yet available in Belgium. As my daughters mother in law is living in Rhos on sea, I wonder if you have this breakmaster in stock and wich is the price. If you don't have the breakmaster do you have the greenreader, and the price. Thanks for answering me, my son in law is coming over this weekend.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Richard S Tadman hcp 10 01/99

    Richard S Tadman hcp 10 wrote on: Dec 31, 1998

    As a junior member of Rhos on Sea from 1965 to 1968 I wore the course out, playing on occasions up to three full 18 hole rounds per day in my Arnold Palmer sweater.
    Since then the front and back nine have been reversed and the course is now played 'the wrong way round'.
    It had the distinction of having 9 holes in Caernarfon and 9 holes in Denbighshire in bygone years with the Afon Ganol river separating the counties. Fortunately the clubhouse was not in the 'dry' county and so members could partake of a drink on a Sunday.
    It is a low lying (sea level) links course with very lush green fairways a moderate number of strategically placed bunkers and not too demanding in length at just over 6,000 yards. However, looks can be deceptive and the varying undulations and lush rough ensure that the course has neverbeen humiliated by even the best players of the day.
    Unfortunately its low lying position means that it is subject to flooding and despite considerable efforts by successive greenkeepers it has never really been adequately drained, and is always prone to flooding.
    In summer with its rich green fairways it is a delight to play but in winter it is prone to high winds and becomes very challenging. Wrap up well and carry a one iron. Its flat appearance belies the subtle hollows and undulations which catch out the unwary golfer. Local knowledge is vital to score well.
    Rhos has produced its quota of renowned players from George Duncan (of Open Championship fame) to Jimmy Buckley a Welsh International and sometime professional golfer(late 60's and early 70's) and John Roger Jones now very active in amateur Welsh Golf.
    Whilst the greens are not of championship quality a round at Rhos on Sea is an enjoyable experience and affords delightful views of the surrounding North Wales scenery and the distant peaks of Snowdonia assuming your score card is not fully absorbing your attention.