Great beaches, perfect sailing waters, beautiful scenery and a relatively mild year-round climate courtesy of the warming Gulf Stream keeps people coming back to Abersoch year after year. And, as if all that wasn?t enough, there?s also Abersoch Golf Club.

The original 9-hole course (which now makes up the inward half) was laid out in the early 1900s and over time the course has been extended to a full 18 with five parkland holes offering a bit of variety to the natural links land. All the holes are named in Welsh after local landmarks, fields or views and from the white tees the par 69 course extends over a challenging 5,671 yards.

Best Hole: Cae Twr is the name of the short 117 yard 4th – a quirky little hole that can bite hard.

Green Fees: £23 Mon-Fri, £27.50 Sat-Sun

Location: Abersoch, Gwynedd, LL53 7NN

Tel: 01758 712622

Web: www.abersochgolf.co.uk

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