With stunning scenery and beautiful courses in Wales, discover golf as it should be.

We have around 180 fantastic courses to play in a country measuring just 170 miles (274km) from north to south. In Wales, your clients are never too far away from their next round.

It is easy to find a golf experience that will suit every taste. From playing world-famous championship courses like the Ryder Cup-hosting Celtic Manor Resort, the Open qualifying course in Conwy or the Senior Open Championship course of Royal Porthcawl, to the traditional clubs steeped in history.

For those who like to play a links course, Wales’ rugged 850 miles (1368km) of coastline and lush green parkland provide a stunning backdrop to our links courses - we have 23 to choose from. Or maybe your clients would prefer to play at one of our four and five star golf resorts with spas and health clubs and not to mention the hidden gems to discover too. With many of our courses dotted along The Wales Way, there is so much choice for golfing trips in Wales, and much reason to visit time and time again.

Golfers walking to the next tee with views of the coastline.

Pennard Golf Club, Swansea

Wales is an all year round golfing destination. For those who watched the 2010 Ryder Cup, they will know that it rains here from time to time. We can’t guarantee the sunshine however we can still guarantee your clients will be able to play regardless. Our fast draining links and upland courses remain playable in all but the most severe weather.

Wherever your clients choose to play, or whichever courses you choose to offer your clients, they can expect a few things; golf, played in the true spirit of the game, excellent value, gorgeous greens and a warm Welsh welcome that can’t be found anywhere elseExperience some of the best golf courses Wales has to offer and with a golfing holiday that ticks all the boxes, there’s no better time to discover Wales and its magnificent outdoors.

We have a range of itineraries featuring golf courses which include accommodation and things to do nearby, and golf fact sheets including other regional courses around Wales.

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