This tour takes guests on a coastal adventure from south to north with golf played on the finest Welsh links courses. Guests who have toured Ireland and Scotland that are looking for something different will be pleasantly surprised with the value, quality and hospitality driven culture. The following courses will be included;
If you wanted to mix it up a little then include the 2012 Ryder Cup course at Celtic Manor Resort. This tour can also be done in combination with a few days on the Wirral (Royal Liverpool etc) or the Southport greats of Birkdale, Lytham and Formby to name but a few.
Ireland and Scotland are also less than an hour away by flight.
Arrive into London Heathrow or Manchester International Airport where you driver will be waiting or collect your rental car. Drive west or south to the Swansea area, sightseeing along the way in Cardiff. This is a free day from golf to get over your jet-lag and relax.
Check into your hotel for the first three nights.
The oldest golf course in Wales (1888) and situated on the Pembrokeshire coast.
This is old-school links golf with hard & fast greens, pot bunkers and blind shots. Not long but thoroughly enjoyable with a lovely warm Welsh welcome in the clubhouse.
A full 200 feet above sea-level and featuring dune-land, gorse and heather, this course has been names the "Links in the Sky". Its vistas across the Three Cliff & Oxwich Bays are stunning.
The ruins of a 12th century Norman castle stand proud over the course and its own heritage dates back to 1908. This a relatively short course with exceptional design - Tom Doak, the course architect, has described it as quirky but its so much more than that. Play it and see for yourself.
After golf today, drive north along the stunning coast to the small town of Aberdovey.
Perhaps the most glamorous of settings in Wales with Harlech Castle overlooking the course from all angles, Royal St. Davids or Harlech as its known, is a gorgeous course that never lets up.
Holes that constantly change direction, mean that the wind is always changing for the player and when you reach the 13th, the open expanse turns into narrow dune-land that further narrows your focus. A must-play in Wales.
After golf continue north to your final hotel in Wales for the last two nights.
The future host to the 2020 Curtis Cup and the first Welsh club to have hosted Final Qualifying for the Open Championship, this is a championship links that has a storied history that involves World Wars and course changes due to major local engineering projects.
Conwy is a true links challenge. Its relatively flat and a very pleasant way to sign-off on your Welsh golf adventure.
All good things must come to an end...unfortunately! Time to begin the process for your next trip to the Britain, Ireland or beyond.
Due to a number of variables, the cost for this tour is flexible and will be determined once we create a customized tour proposal for your group.