A dramatic cliff top course overlooking the Irish Sea that is visible from every spectacular hole. Extended from nine to 18 holes in 1912, then J H Taylor and James Braid added nine more in 1933, although only 26 holes are now in play, featuring 10 outward holes and two separate loops of eight.
Despite heather, blind drives, strategically placed pot bunkers and the strong chance of losing a ball or two, to play Nefyn is a wonderful experience. The first of the opening four difficult holes that run parallel to the sea is possibly the hardest, dropping down towards the cliffs. The 13th requires a 200 yard shot across the cliffs, every hole is different and the final eight holes on the Old course will remain a pleasant memory. A truly unique experience.
Information on Nefyn & District Golf Club , Lon Golff , Morfa Nefyn , Pwllheli
Course Statistics: 27 holes. Main Course - 18 holes, 6548 yards, S.S.S. 71. Practice area.
Green Fees: Fri, Weekend & BH Fees: £46.00 to £64.00 Mon to Thu Fees: £39.00 to £54.00 Discounts available for parties of 12 or over.
Visitors Info: We would expect all players to hold a bona-fide handicap certificate. Access to the course is at the club’s discretion.
Societies Info: Societies book in advance.
Date Founded: 1907
Catering: A modern clubhouse awaits you, with two bars, a lounge and restaurant. Whether it’s a golfer’s breakfast to get you started, a lunchtime snack to set you up for another 18 holes or dinner at the end of the day, the restaurant has a menu for all occasions and everyone’s needs and appetite. Our head chef, Mr Brian Pritchard and his staff will happily cater for the individual golfer, the small group or golf society throughout the day. On offer, there are a full range of the popular golfer’s grills, including: an all-day breakfast, fish dishes, steaks, snacks and sandwiches, specials boards with dishes of the day.
Clubs for Hire: Yes
Motorised Cart for Hire: Yes
|Local Directions:||From the North West: A55 from Chester to Bangor. Take the A487 exit to Caernarfon / Llanwnda, at the roundabout in Llanwnda take the A499 to Pwllheli / Llanaelhaiarn. On reaching Llanaelhaiarn (careful not to miss the turning) take the B4417 to Nefyn via Llithfaen and Pistyll. On reaching mini round about in Nefyn follow the B4417 turning right to Morfa Nefyn. Morfa Nefyn: At the cross roads in Morfa Nefyn turn off the B4417 onto the B4412, Lon Pen Rhos, which leads directly onto Lon Golff at which point the golf club can be seen at the top of the hill. From the South: A497 from Pwllheli to Nefyn. At the first round about, approximately 6 miles, take the B4412 to Morfa Nefyn (straight across). Morfa Nefyn: At the cross roads in Morfa Nefyn go straight across continuing on the B4412, Lon Pen Rhos, which leads directly onto Lon Golff at which point the golf club can be seen at the top of the hill.|
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