Central Wales is a vast area which offers a classic variety of golfing test and, like everywhere else in the Principality, you can enjoy some superb scenery at the same time. The area's best-known course is undoubtedly Royal St David's, a magnificent links which sits in the shadow of Harlech Castle.
The course has staged numerous tournaments, both for amateurs and professionals, over the years and is not to be missed when you're visiting this part of the world.
The same goes for Aberdovey, loved by Welsh golfing legend Ian Woosnam among many others. Inland you will find Llandrindod Wells, a testing course designed by Harry Vardon, while Llanymynech, near Oswestry, is another gem.
Llandrindod Wells enjoys the enviable position of being located some 1, 000 feet above sea level ... Read more
Aberdovey is a classic links golf course and certainly one of the finest seaside courses in the whole of Wales. The club was founded in 1892 and one o ... Read more
Aberystwyth is, of course, one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK. The town is nestled between three hills and two beaches and host ... Read more
Borth and Lnyslas claims to be the oldest course in Wales although Tenby Golf Club formed in 1890 with Borth forming five years later. But in the conf ... Read more
Brecon is a welcoming town in the mid-south of Wales, just on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park. It is not too far from Llandovery, another pop ... Read more
Builth Wells is located right in the Heart of Wales and is therefore easily accessible. Its location has made it into one of the most popular cours ... Read more
Cilgwyn is ideally located in the centre of Mid Wales 30mins for the spectacular Cardigan coast. The course sweeps through the lush parkland of the ... Read more
Cradoc is the work of two enthusiastic golfers, John Morrell and Les Watkins, who, in 1967, sought planning permission from the local governing body t ... Read more
Cwmrhydneuadd nestles neatly in a secluded valley near Llangrannog in West Wales. Its setting grants a challenging round that's full of character and ... Read more
Knighton is situated in mid Wales and offers one of the best rounds of golf in central Wales. It boasts everything that a great course should; wonderf ... Read more
Perched on top of a prominent hill and surrounded by sheer cliff faces, Llanymynech Golf Club offers a unique challenge to all golfers from the as ... Read more
They say good things come in small packages and that could never be truer when it comes to short but sturdy, nine-hole golf courses. Machynlleth is ev ... Read more
Nestling in the beautiful Wyre Valley around nine miles to the south of Aberystwyth, this top-class golf complex enjoys a wonderful location that is t ... Read more
The locals describe Rhosgoch Golf and Leisure Club as a 'golfing oasis' in that it lies high above the Wye Valley in Builth Wells, with the only so ... Read more
Royal St David's is a stunning links course that sits in the shadow of the towering castle built by Edward 1 in the 13th century.
The waters in those ... Read more
St Giles Golf Club sits on the outskirts of Newtown in the heart of Powys. It's a nine-hole parkland course and, like so many courses in this part of ... Read more
Situated in the heart of Wales, St Idloes is an undulating parkland course but that doesn't mean to say that you should rule it out if you don't like ... Read more
Type: Undulating Parkland
Summerhill is a delightful nine-hole course in Hay-on-Wye, a peaceful, rural setting that is the ideal spot for a round of golf.Hay-on-Wye is a ... Read more