• Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club
  • Aberdovey Golf Club

Aberdovey is without doubt a living testament to the unique characteristics of links golf. Playing golf here is much more than just a social and sporting activity. It can be considered a journey where you can lose yourself in the beauty of the game nurtured within the beauty of the landscape. Even if you are playing poorly – you will still be uplifted and energised by the golf experience.

Three of the legendary architects of the early 20th Century  Colt, Braid & Fowler have all had a hand in shaping Aberdovey as it stands today. However, it is the untamed elements of the natural rolling links that has had the greatest role in creating the course.

The exhilarating start to the round sees you introduced at the earliest opportunity to the rustic joys of links golf; tight lies, rolling fairways, undulating approaches, dry-firm surfaces and fast greens are all here in abundance. Holes blend into the dynamic sand dune morphology, its plants and wildlife with elevated tees and greens offering not only spectacular views but the feeling of being in harmony with the environment.

The rhythm of the course combines with the natural elements to test and tease the golfer in equal amounts. Appearances can, however, be deceptive; holes that tempt the golfer most are often those that are better played with a sense of restraint. Birdies and par come to those who play with the course, not against it.

 

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Aberdovey Golf Club,
Station Road,
Aberdovey,
Gwynedd,
LL35 0RT

01654 767493

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How to Find

From the Midlands take the M54 to Shrewsbury. From the Shrewsbury ring road follow the A458 West to Welshpool, Machynlleth and then the A493 coastal road to Aberdovey

From Northern Wales take the A470 South and then either the A493 coastal road going South West or the A487 South towards Machynlleth followed by the A493 coastal road to Aberdovey.

The Club is ¼ mile West of Aberdovey village, near to the railway station.

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Green Fees

10 October 2016 to 31 March 2017
One round £35.00
Full day £45.00
Junior £20.00

1 April to 15 October 2017
Full day £70.00
One round before 2.00 p.m. £55.00
One round after 2.00 p.m. £40.00
Junior £20.00

Courses at Aberdovey Golf Club

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