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The fourth and final leg of Jeremy Ellwood's road trip saw him taking in some of the most remarkable scenery and golf courses of all

The fourth and final leg of Jeremy Ellwood's road trip saw him taking in some of the most remarkable scenery and golf courses of all

Discover golf in North Wales

The fourth and final leg of Jeremy Ellwood's road trip saw him taking in some of the most remarkable scenery and golf courses of all

Whether you’re teeing off in the shadow of the Brecon Beacons or mighty Harlech Castle, golf in the heart of Wales is hard to beat, as Jeremy Ellwood discovers

Whether you’re teeing off in the shadow of the Brecon Beacons or mighty Harlech Castle, golf in the heart of Wales is hard to beat, as Jeremy Ellwood discovers

Whether you’re teeing off in the shadow of the Brecon Beacons or mighty Harlech Castle, golf in the heart of Wales is hard to beat, as Jeremy Ellwood discovers

If you’re after golf with the most beautiful of backdrops, the most friendly of welcomes and the most surprising of green fees, South Wales ticks all the boxes

If you’re after golf with the most beautiful of backdrops, the most friendly of welcomes and the most surprising of green fees, South Wales ticks all the boxes

If you’re after golf with the most beautiful of backdrops, the most friendly of welcomes and the most surprising of green fees, South Wales ticks all the boxes

Jeremy Ellwood heads all the way down the M4 to the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire to savour more of the 2010 Ryder Cup host nation's 'golf as it should be'

Jeremy Ellwood heads all the way down the M4 to the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire to savour more of the 2010 Ryder Cup host nation's 'golf as it should be'

Jeremy Ellwood heads all the way down the M4 to the Gower Peninsula and Pembrokeshire to savour more of the 2010 Ryder Cup host nation's 'golf as it should be'

Mid Wales is blessed with a combination of spectacular links on the west coast, hilltop tracks around the borders and parkland courses further inland. You can find one of Wales'…

West Wales is home to some of the most aesthetically stunning views. Whilst courses like Gower offer quality championship parkland tracks, the breathtaking vast coastline with courses such as Pennard,…

Despite being the nation's most densely populated region, South Wales possesses over 50 courses consisting of the most tranquil parkland and mountainside venues. As well as the Celtic Manor, the…

A region of panorama and natural splendour, North Wales also boasts some of the country's finest golf courses. Home to a number of the UK's most respected links such as…