There are only a few seaside courses where you can see the sea from every hole, but you sure can at Nefyn, a 26 hole links course with outstanding views, with an added bonus, after the par 4 , 15th hole, you’ll find a footpath leading down to the Ty Coch Inn on Porthdinllean beach, a quick pint sat on the pub wall looking out to sea should set you up nicely for the closing 3 holes. Within a short travelling distance, there is a great selection of local seaside golf courses, here are only a few to mention to wet your appetite.
Why not get together with your golfing buddies, and have your self a seaside golfing bonanza. Swyn-y-Mor is your ideal place to stay, you couldn’t be any closer to the club house of Nefyn and district , a short walk with your golf trolley.
Royal St Davids is situated in Harlech, in view of a medieval castle and towering sand dunes, locals regard St Davids as the worlds toughest par 69.
Porthmadog, set 1 mile from Portmeirion village, the 14th hole described as “tough but fascinating “
Criccieth, set 1 mile inland, with stunning views, famously played by David Lloyd George and Winston Churchill.
Pwllheli, a unique course, the first 9 holes are through parkland, the second 9 holes through heathers and sand dunes.
Abersoch, one to put on your north wales golfing list, and at the end of the day the renowned Abersoch night life awaits.