Glamorganshire Golf Club

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Cottrell Park Golf Resort

Come and try our superb courses and experience our warm welcome!

The golfing facilities include two championship designed golf courses, the Mackintosh, (6,637 yards off the blue tees) and the Button Gwinnett, (6,145 yards off the white tees), as well as an all weather driving range, two state-of-the-art golf simulators, two putting greens, one chipping green and one on-course practice area.

Each Course offers a different challenge to all categories of Golfer, both of which are constructed with USGA spec Greens ensuring you are guaranteed a great day out all year round.

The Mackintosh Course is a longer Parkland Course 6,091 yards off the yellow tees or 6,361 yards off the white tees.  The Button Gwinnett Course is constructed in an American style with 13 lakes spread over 18 holes with a fantastic-finishing hole in view of the clubhouse.  This course provides 5,799 yards off the yellow tees or 6,145 yards off the white tees.

Due to the high level of maintenance the courses can sustain the bleaker winter months and is renowned as one of the best draining parkland courses in South Wales with members from other clubs taking advantage when their own courses are closed.  At Cottrell, golfers play off summer tees, fairways and greens throughout the year!

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Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club

Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club

Welsh for ‘Whispering Woods’, Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club was founded in 1994 and as the name suggests, is located in the wooded countryside on the outskirts of Bridgend Town, South Wales.

South Wales Golf Clubs are renowned for hospitality and we pride ourselves on our warm welcome. We consider Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club to be the friendliest golf club in South Wales. The course was originally 9 holes and progressed to 12 holes in 1995. An additional 27 acres of land was purchased in 2003 and with grant aid from Sportlot for construction work, the 18 – hole layout was officially opened in June 2006. The course has a mature look beyond its years thanks to sympathetic design work keeping many original features including a 19th Century walled garden on the 5th and mature horse chestnuts commanding the landscape.

Our golf club is only 20 minutes from both Cardiff and Swansea-golf in South Wales at its most accessible and enjoyable.

Golf  Courses in Brecon and the South Wales Valleys are also easily accessible. Golf Break enthusiasts would be recommended to use Bridgend as a base.

Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club, South Wales is an ideal society venue that sits between the golf courses of Cardiff and the Swansea Valleys yet less than 5 minutes from the M4. Following the success of the 2010 Ryder Cup in Newport we hope that you will visit Coed-y-Mwstwr Golf Club when visiting South Wales and get a taste of a true Welsh Golfing welcome.

Offering golf packages to suit all budgets we really do offer a unique Welsh Golfing experience. If your visiting South Wales, whether it be Cardiff, Swansea or The Vale of Glamorgan for a golfing break, then come along and let us show you what Golf in Wales is all about.

The Heronston Hotel and Coed-Y-Mwstwr Hotel provide excellent accommodation in the area. From here  you can explore Cardiff, Swansea and the Gower Peninsula . We really should be central to you golfing plans for a golfing visit to South Wales. There really has never been a better time to visit South Wales and especially the hidden Gem that is Coed-Y-Mwstwr Golf Club.

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Green Meadows Golf Club

The 18-hole park land course is a Par 70 that measures over 6,000 yards, with many tree lined undulating fairways, scenic water hazards and many strategically positioned bunkers. Ideal for members and visiting societies alike. Continue reading

Race to Wales 2014 – Winner – Mike Overton

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Race to Wales 2014 – Winner Mike Overton

The Race to Wales tour in 2014 got off to a very cold start at Abergele Golf Club in North Wales, where a small field of 6 players took part. Michael Wallace took top spot with Keith Wallace closely behind in second place and Mike Overton in third. The next event was back down south at Wernddu golf club with Douglas Camani winning and 2013’s RTW winner Jordan Rosser taking second spot, which put both of these players closely behind Michael Wallace in the overall Race to Wales points.  Michael finished in 5th place, also taking some points away from this event. Continue reading

Wales Disabled Open 2014 – Winner – Brendan Salvin

Wales Disabled Open – Bryn Meadows 18 August 2014

Winner – Brendan Salvin

The second Welsh Disabled golf open was held at Bryn Meadows 18 August 2014, which was attended by 23 disabled golfers from all parts of Britain. The overall winner was Brendan Salvin with a score of 37 points. Continue reading

Brian Mayo Memorial Cup 2014 – Winner – Tony Davies

Brian Mayo Memorial Cup – Bryn Meadows 16 June 2014

Winner – Tony Davies

The first Brian Mayo Memorial Cup working in partnership with Bryn Meadows, Welsh Disabled Golf Association and Disability Sport Wales was held at Bryn Meadows Golf Club on 16 June 2014. 21 Players from all parts of Britain attended the event, the overall winner was Tony Davies with a score of 37 points . Continue reading

Wales Disabled Open 2013 – Rhondda Golf Club

Wales Disabled Open 2013 Winner – Adrian Styles

The first Wales Disabled Open was held at Rhondda Golf Club 15 August 2013, on a very wet day in August it was attended by 18 players from all parts of Wales and England. Continue reading

St. Mellons Golf Club

St Mellons Golf Club

St Mellons Golf Club is a lovely parkland course on the eastern edge of the Capital City of Cardiff. It is unique as it straddles two counties- Gwent and South Glamorgan. The course is very well laid out and provides on of the best tests of golf in South Wales.

The course measures 6,080 yards par 70 for men and 5,540 par 72 for ladies. It comprises 3 par fives, 5 par threes and ten par fours. With many notable holes including the 3rd,6th, 16th, and 18th.

Come and visit this superb parkland course with some fantastic views of the Bristol Channel.

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