Pembrokeshire has an abundance of first class golf courses to choose from. Many are coastal, with stunning panoramic views to inspire you and make your golf even more enjoyable. Choose between established clubs like Tenby, the oldest links club in Wales or brand new courses like Trefloyne. There are excellent, central, parkland courses like Haverfordwest golf club or pay and play courses like Mayfield. There is even one course that has its own grass landing strip, the Dawn to Dusk course at Rosemarket. Whichever Golf Course you choose to play on, FBM Holidays have the self-catering property available to suit every requirement. From holiday cottages to apartments, by the sea or in spectacular inland settings, call us now on 01834844565 or view our specially selected properties online.
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Tenby Golf Club – “Tenby Golf Club, over 130 years in the making.” Tenby is a challenging traditional links, recently voted 10th in best value golf courses in the UK by Golf Monthly Magazine. Situated close to the centre of Pembrokeshire’s famous medieval walled town, the course runs alongside Tenby South Beach. Whilst this makes for spectacular views over Carmarthen Bay and across the sound to the nearby Monastic Island of Caldey, it also means the course is exposed to the elements. Tenby’s tight fairways, fast running greens and thick rough coupled with the prevailing westerly winds provide an endlessley varied challenge. Tenby Golf Course still hosts regular Welsh Amateur and Professional Championships such as the Golden Eagle, The 2006 Welsh PGA Championships, 2008 Senior Home Internationals and 2010 Welsh Amateur Championship. Ranked in the Golf Monthly top 100 UK courses, Tenby is playable at all times of the year thanks to superb natural drainage. Tenby is famous for its greens said to be among the finest and truest in the country. The difficult early holes are often played into the prevailing south westerlies, and the return home is dominated by the high presence of Black Rock, the top of which provides a spectacular finish for the Championship Course. As well as an unrivalled golfing experience, Tenby offers a friendly atmosphere,excellent home cooked food, a snooker room and our resident PGA professional with a well stocked shop and Teaching Academy. Societies/Visitors welcome all year round,various membership packages are available with no joining fee.
Trefloyne Golf Club - Welcome to Trefloyne Golf Course. Tucked away in the Ritec Valley, tree lined and overlooking Tenby and the National Park of Pembrokeshire, Trefloyne Golf Club really is a memorable experience. Trefloyne is a parkland Golf Course, constructed in 1992 and at nearly 6,700 yds the golf course was designed to test the golfer in you. The course is long, and if you want to score you must think on every tee, play every iron and never pull up on a wedge
South Pembrokeshire Golf Club – has a wonderful 18 hole course which presents a tough, but fair challenge to golfers of all abilities all year around. Its setting on the Barrack Hill in Pembroke Dock, offers some superb panoramic views of the Cleddau Waterway, Preseli Hills, and surrounding area. The club is well sign-posted, and is only a 5 minute drive from the Irish Ferries ferry port. You can be assured of a friendly welcome, so why not pay us a visit ?
Haverfordwest Golf Club - Set near the Pembrokeshire National Park in West Wales, and having magnificent views of the Preseli Hills, Haverfordwest Golf Club offers a real challenge to golfers of all abilities. Easily reachable on the A40, one mile east of Haverfordwest, the course is set in majestic parkland and is a true test of golfing skill. The clubhouse, built in 1994, has excellent facilities including a recently refurbished lounge, golfers’ bar, and a restaurant offering home cooked cuisine in a traditional atmosphere. Now that Wales is going to host the Ryder Cup in 2010, we are looking forward to welcoming many of our golfing friends from the USA, Europe and particularly from Ireland. We are close to the ferry ports of Fishguard and Pembroke Dock and approximately 100 minutes by road from Cardiff and the Celtic Manor, the venue for the 2010 Ryder Cup.
Milford Haven Golf Club - is situated in the south of Pembrokeshire, adjacent to the Pembrokeshire National Park coastal path and overlooking the beautiful Milford Haven. The course is 18 holes of rolling parkland, par 71 and 6,035 yards long. with an excellent reputation, for both for its condition and layout. There is something to interest and test golfers at all levels, with each hole offering its own unique challenge. As well as the delightful parkland course there are panoramic views of the glorious Milford Haven waterway and its proximity to the coastal path makes it an ideal course to play while taking a walking holiday of the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path
St David’s Golf Club - is a 9 hole seaside links course with spectacular panoramic views over St. David’s Head and Whitesands Bay, which is renowned as one of the best beaches in Pembrokeshire, The course is dry and playable all year with fast greens to test the best. This is one of the most beautiful courses in the area and the course is in superb condition all year round thanks to the dune grass that never grows. St David’s City is in fact really a village but was granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II because of the presence of the Cathedral of St Davids. It is a favourite location of artists, pilgrims, and travellers who flock to see some of the finest coastline in the whole of Europe. It is worth a visit for a holiday even if not a golf holiday.
The Newport Links Golf Club - in the north of Pembrokeshire, overlooks Newport Bay and is located within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. The area has a very mild climate and this makes the area popular for winter golf breaks. A traditional Links course with 9 testing holes set just off Newport Sands, Recently taken over by new management the clubhouse has undergone extensive renovation work. The course has panoramic views over Newport Bay. The Club has its own bar and catering facilities and is open to non members
“Dawn Till Dusk” Rosemarket Golf Course - was evolved by the Young family at Furze Hill Farm, on the northern outstkirts of Rosemarket. The course is set in the heart of the beautiful scenic Pembrokeshire countryside. We have built our reputation on the friendly atmosphere of the club and its members, who are always happy to welcome golfers of all abilities and age. We do not have a formal dress code (within reason) just comfortable casual wear. All that we ask is that if you do not have golf shoes that you respect our greens by wearing soft soles or trainers. An added attraction is the integral grass airstrip, which welcomes visitors from all over the country. So if you have your own light aircraft and fancy a good day out, why not ‘drop’ in and see us. Although the course is “Pay and Play”, there is a strong ever growing membership. The club is affilliated to and has strong involvement with both the Welsh Golfing Union and Dyfed Golfing Union, which opens up opportunities for the more competitive player who as a club member could find themselves with a pretty full fixture list.
Mayfield Golf & Driving Range – 9 hole pay & play course in a scenic woodland setting plus a 12 bay all-weather floodlit driving range. Refreshments, snacks and a pool table are available in the ‘club house’. Address: – Mayfield, Freystop, Haverfordwest SA62 4NN. Contact Details – Tel: 01437764300. Fax: 01437890308
Heron’s Brook Golf Course – 18-hole approach golf course, with drives averaging 100yds, and a 9 hole, 50yds drive, pitch & putt course are available on this extensive family attraction. The courses are open at weekends throughout the year and everyday from Easter to the end of September. Facilities include a café, which is adjacent to the courses and all the equipment you need, can be supplied, free of charge, if you need it.
Priskilly Forest Country House & Golf Club – A 9-hole course set in 40 acres of mature parkland with a mix of challenging 4 & 5 par and shorter 3 par holes. The closest course to the Stena ferry terminal at Fishguard, which is only a 10-minute drive away. Facilities include a licensed bar, tearoom & shop at the 14th century manor house.
Heatherton - A challenging par 63 golf course 18 Acres with drives averaging 125yards and the extra challenge of 15 sand traps and two lakes. Heatherton’s course gives enjoyment for all, whether you are a beginner or seasoned golfer.The experience is unrivalled around West Wales. Heatherton boasts fantastic value for money, and is more importantly relaxing family fun for all! We also have a substantial 300 yard Driving Range which incorporates 12 separate bays various targets plus a variety of clubs available (please note this is not part of the credit system). We also have a highly successful and popular Pitch and Putt golf course set in picturesque Pembrokeshire countryside. One of only a handful of it’s kind it has developed in quality over the past 10 years, challenging golfers of all abilities, all year round.