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Porthmadog Golf Club
Fford Morfa Bychan
Porthmadog, Y2 LL49 9UU, United Kingdom


+44 176.651.4124
This seaside course lies along Samson's Bay and was designed by five-time Open champion and prolific architect James Braid. It is described as a half-parkland, half-links type course. Located in central Wales, the course is open year-round, although the high-season is April-to-October.
  
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Type:Semi-Private
Guest Policy:open
Dress Code:Collared Shirt (No Denim)
Season Start:Year-round, weather permitting
Reserved Tee Times:Phone
Pro Shop :yes
Driving Range:Grass hitting surface
Water Hazards:Scarce
Sand Bunkers:Moderate




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Recent Scores

Date Golfer Score
9/8/19 Neil Jarvis 99
8/26/19 Neil Jarvis 105
8/23/19 Neil Jarvis 91
8/15/19 Neil Jarvis 94
8/12/19 Neil Jarvis 101
3/23/19 Darren Williams 79
10/23/18 Darren75 88
9/7/18 Steve Helfet 87
6/2/18 Dennis Blaker 79
3/11/18 Joncox8899 83
9/30/17 pawson6844 99
9/1/17 Owens1 102
11/5/16 carl.ramsden820 45*
11/5/16 carl.ramsden820 52*
9/19/16 GARRY PENNINGTON 87
9/16/16 dwgough@talk21.com 105
9/8/16 AJS12 84
8/25/16 Neil Jarvis 83
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Recent Reviews

  AndyBedford - 5/28/13
As described, this is definately a course of 2 halfs (literally - seperated by the quiet main road). A quite average parkland half to start with and the greens when we played were in average condition (May 2013) and then a beautiful links 9 that took you into the dunes and to the sea shore.
Some quirky holes as you would expect on the back 9 (blind drives, short par 4's) and the wind was blowing when we played so it had some defence.

After 9 holes we were a little disappointed (despite scoring well) - but after the full 18 we thought the course was OK. Not as nice in views - or conditions - as Royal St David's we had played the day before.
The course got quite busy with some societies\ group teeing off but pace of play was good - no hold ups.
The pro shop has a great collection of gear at very reasonable prices.
And the food and drink is above average.
Worth a visit if doing a few courses in the area.
  Nice Steve - 10/30/11
22.7.2011

What a little gem. Admittedly we had glorious weather during our society visit there, with a gentle breeze. I can imagine it getting quite wild if the wind starts to blow. The front nine are a relatively easy walkimg parkland style, with mountain views, however even with a gentle breeze they can be testing holes. The back nine, well, thats where the fun begins and the scenery transforms. You are surrounded by wonderful land and sea scapes. Each hole presents its own little challenge. Well worth a day out or even an overnighter if you can find accommodation. Fantastic, what a real gem this is.
  coopes08 - 10/7/11
Great seaside location golf. Fantastic views.
  TPBurner - 9/30/19
  barman163 - 8/10/18
  Paul Chadwick - 9/29/14
  ClarkRP - 3/13/13
  Tuftee - 2/13/13
  richard873 - 10/18/12
  brianbphipps - 9/20/12
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