Golf Clubs in Cardiff
Golf at Cardiff offers a fantastic opportunity to play some of the best courses in the country. Cardiff is home to some stunning scenic courses that will guarantee you an enjoyable round of golf. Courses at Hinksey Heights and Rye Hill are highly popular. Cardiff boasts some of the best courses in the country. Whether you’re looking for an all-inclusive luxury golf resort or a challenging Championship course, there are literally many to choose between, all staged against beautiful backdrops.
Peterstone Lakes is a stunning golf course of the highest quality. Designed by Bob Sandow and opened in 1990 it is complemented by a superb clubhouse. Peterstone Lakes has now become one of South Wales’ favourite golfing and social venues for a variety of occasions. The course has been under family ownership since December 1998.
Creigiau is a beautifully manicured, easy walking, parkland course situated in Cardiff on the north easterly edge of the semi rural village of Creigiau. It presents a good challenge for all ages and standards of golfer with tight tree lined fairways which reward accurate tee shots.
The course is a true test of golf without the physical ordeal which many golf clubs represent. For those living close by, membership of the club is a great social opportunity which will be neither drain your stamina or your bank balance.
Cardiff Golf Club's clubhouse was completed at a cost of about £1.1m and was officially opened by Mr. John Roger Jones, President of the Welsh Golfing Union, on the 7th March 1999. Located on the ground floor are the changing rooms, the General Manager's Office and a Spikes Bar.
They are a friendly village club located in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan and no more than a 10 minute drive from the M4 and 15 minutes from the centre of Cardiff.The 18-hole course offers a challenging test for golfers of all abilities and ages.
Set in the scenic countryside in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan the well maintained parkland course is long recognised as one of the finest challenges of golf in Wales. It was designed by James Braid and comprises two loops of nine holes each beginning and ending near the imposing 18th Century Mansion House.