A view of the sea from every tee
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Nefyn Golf Club’s origins lie in the bar of a small remote pub on a secluded beach nestling spectacularly along an isolated piece of rugged coastline. Today’s visiting golfers can still break off from their round on the 16th hole and visit the Ty Coch Inn for welcoming hospitality, just as the club’s founding members did over 100 years ago.
Luxury Accommodation Near-By
Our self-catering cottages with stunning sea-views are only a 10 minute drive from the gold club and even have far reaching views of the resort:
- The Milking House
- Threshing Barn
- The Snug
- Hay Barn
- The Cottage
- The Farmhouse
- The Stables 1
- The Stables 2
- The Stables 3
- The Tack Room
About The Course
The course has a very unique 26 hole layout, with visitors having a choice of playing either The Old or The New courses, or both if possible! The Old Course consists of holes 1-10 (Old) followed by holes 11-18 (Old) on the world famous ‘Point’. It begins with 4 holes running parallel with the rugged coastline, before moving inland. It then moves on to the ‘Point’ comprising of eight holes on a narrow peninsula.
The New Course is holes 1-10 (Old) followed by holes 11-18 (New). These eight holes follow the natural contours of the headland and coastal inlet. All holes enjoy the stunning backdrop of the Snowdonia Mountain range.