With our editor Robert Thompson traveling in Northern Wales this week we thought we’d highlight a course that some have called the ‘Pebble Beach of Wales’ – Nefyn Golf Club. For many years this course was a hidden gem, tucked away for only Welsh golfers to enjoy. But in recent years it has begun to attract a legion of international visitors to soak in its awesome beauty.
An interesting layout with 26 holes laid out over the ‘Old’ and ‘New’ courses. Players plays holes 1-10 and can then choose to continue the rest of their round on the Old or New. The final eight holes of the Old are played on The Point, a narrow peninsula with the sea on one side and sandy beaches on the other. Every hole calls for accurate shot making and in a few cases, some spectacular carries across coves and inlets.
For more check out http://www.nefyn-golf-club.co.uk