Wernddu Golf Club

Wernddu Golf Club

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Wernddu Golf Club is situated just 1 mile out of Abergavenny on the B4521. It is set in one of the most picturesque positions of Abergavenny with views of the Black mountains and Usk valley at every angle. The 18 hole, par 69, south facing parkland golf course boasts a long front nine and shorter back nine providing a challenging round of golf for golfers of all standards. Continue reading

Principality Junior Wales Open welcomes disabled golfers

Principality Junior Wales Open welcomes disabled golfers

Jordan Rosser, one of the disabled golfers able to compete in the
Principality Junior Wales Open under modified rules

The Principality Junior Wales Open has made history as the first mainstream open competition in Wales to accept disabled golfers playing under modified rules.

For the first time this year, Wales’ premier junior golf tournament adopted the Modification of the Rules of Golf for Golfers with Disabilities from the game’s governing body, the Royal & Ancient. Continue reading

Monday 21st April 2014 – Wernddu Golf Club

 

MasterScoreboard

 Welsh Disabled Golf Association – Competition Result

RTW Wernddu Golf Club

Played on Monday, 21 April 2014 at Wernddu.
Competition Scratch Score = 69 (36pts) (Men) Non-Qualifying (Ladies).

Overall
Position
Player Score Comments Revised
Handicap
1 Camani, Douglas 38 pts (18) Overall Winner 17.7
2 ROSSER, J 36 pts (23) Overall Runner-Up 23.2
3 Jones, Nicki 36 pts (11) Overall Third 10.5
4 Morgan, Peter 35 pts (25) 24.5
5 WALLACE, M 34 pts (18) 18.0
6 Sandbrook, Laurence 30 pts (20) 20.5
7 Overton, Michael 29 pts (16) 16.5
8 Wallace, Keith 24 pts (22) 22.3
9 Furnish, Paul 23 pts (28) Away
10 Savastano, James A 22 pts (08) Awa

 

 

England v Wales 24-25 August 2014, The Wiltshire Golf and Country Club

England V Wales, The Wiltshire Golf and Country Club, 24-25 August 2014

This is the second England V Wales Disabled Golf International Competition.

Sunday 24th August – 6 tee times starting at 13.02 – Day 1 – Team Wales Green Shirts

Monday 25th August – 12 tee times starting at 10.38 (12 x singles) – Day 2 – Team Wales Red Shirts

The Wiltshire Golf and Country Club

Golf at The Wiltshire

Sitting proudly on the Wiltshire hillside, the course reflects all that is best of the local landscape. Apart from the great views across the Wiltshire hills, the lakes and bunkers concentrate the mind wonderfully; accuracy and length play equally important parts in your search for a low score.

The 6,642 yard, 18 hole, Lakes course was originally designed by Peter Allis and updated by William Swann in 2006. It is a par 72 jewel that has been sculpted out of the typical county terrain. Rolling, well-textured and welcoming fairways lead to USGA standard greens that run smooth, fast and true, but are challengingly contoured to focus the minds of all levels of golfers.

The 17th hole is our signature hole. The English Golf Union hosted their club championships on the Lakes course in August 2008 confirming that the Lakes is truly a championship course.

The Nine Hole Garden course is our newest edition and at 3,000 yards long it is a true test of any golfer’s mettle. But if you’re thinking it is a pitch and putt, think again. When played from 2 sets of tees, it sets up a par-71 course with three par-fives.

And if your game’s off, no problem, just enjoy the walk and the wonderful views across the Wiltshire countryside.

Contact:
Address: The Wiltshire,Vastern, Wootton Bassett, Swindon, Wiltshire
SN4 7PB
Tel: 01793 849 999
Website: http://www.the-wiltshire.co.uk
Email: reception@the-wiltshire.co.uk
Professional/Coach
Professional/Coach email
Discount for tuition
Course Details
Course Par  72
Course Distance  6,642 yard
Price
 Discount for disabled player
Tee Times
Discount for membership for disabled players
Driving Range
 Pop-up tees
Practice area
Putting green
Accessibility to tees
Club House Facilities
Disabled Car Parking
No. of multi seat buggies available
Buggy Hire cost
Single seaters allowed on course for disabled players
Do you have a buggy path from which 90 degrees is acceptable
Can buggies access all parts of the course in good weather