Located between the Mountains of Eryri and the Menai Straits, the Club can boast some magnificent views. Having been established for over 100 years it has become an important part of the community of Caernarfon and surrounding area. It has true running greens and some challenging holes. Stand on the 1st tee and its difficult to imagine a better place to start what can only be described as pure inspiration for any round of golf.
The course and clubhouse has everything required for a great day out golfing with family and friends. The course is situated in Morfa Bychan, about 3 miles away from the harbour town of Porthmadog. This is a traditional links course, beautifully challenging and not to be missed. The front nine is predominantly heathland and the back nine links, with stunning views of the Cardigan Bay coastline and Snowdonia mountain range.
This golf course is not for the faint-hearted. On the front nine holes there some strategically placed hazards to watchout for. The back nine are no less difficult and you need to hit long and straight to score well.
Be in no doubt, this is one of the most exquisite golf courses in the world. But don't just take my word for it:
The course is situated on one of the most beautiful sites I have ever seen: John Henry Taylor-
A rugged finger of rock swathed with a ribbon or emerald fairway. The nearest thing to playing golf on the upper deck of an aircraft carrier: Nick Trend - golfing journalist
when it comes to stupendous views and the sheer exhilaration of playing shots in a clifftop setting high above the sea, neither Kinsale nor Pebble Beach, can put this remote Welsh course in the shade: James Finnegan in - All Courses Great and Small