June and September are perfect for playing golf in Wales, the temperatures continue to be mild, plus the prices are a bit more affordable, giving better value for money.
Where to Play Golf in Wales
Celtic Manor Resort
Responsible for putting Welsh golf on the map, this impressive 400 room hotel provides everything you need for a golf trip to Wales. Celtic Manor has three world-class golf courses on-site, including the famous Twenty Ten course which hosted the 2010 Ryder Cup. Players can also experience the Taylormade Performance Centre, an extensive driving range and practice area. The top-class upgraded accommodation options now include lodges and the manor house.
Of course, golfers want to follow in the footsteps of the 2010 Ryder Cup Team Europe victory and play the Twenty Ten golf course. It's a magnificent course and one which will undoubtedly test all levels of golfer. The other courses on-site are well designed and excellent compliment tot he main golf course.
The Vale Golf Resort
The Vale has a great location in the Vale Of Glamorgan; only a 15 minutes drive from the centre of lively Cardiff with St Davids waterfront.
A self-contained resort and popular with those seeking Wales golf breaks, golf is dominant with two impressive on-site courses and excellent practice facilities. Set in the Valley, there are some stunning views, the design of the courses making the most of the natural surroundings.
There is a range of other activities for residents to enjoy including; the largest spa in Wales, swimming pool, gym and an exceptional health club. There are award-winning restaurants on-site and a choice of bars.
The Vale is an excellent place to visit for a golf holiday to Wales; enjoy the spa and a relaxing break.
St Pierre Marriot Golf Hotel & Country Club
The estate is located on the outskirts of Chepstow, in 400 acres of beautiful parkland in the South of Wales. Centred around the 14th Century Manor House, there are two golf courses on-site for guests to enjoy. There is a sense of character here with the stunning hotel boasting extensive facilities and charming design.
The Old and Mathern courses wind around the main hotel buildings, and both have some stunning views. The Old Course is the customer favourite having hosted several European Tour Tournaments and a Solheim Cup in 1996 along the years. The final two holes are memorable; finishing with a long par-3 over the water towards the clubhouse.
St Pierre Marriott Golf & Country Club is a beautiful resort to unwind and enjoy either a night away or even a long weekend playing golf and chilling out and making the most of an alternative golfing break.
How Much Does a Wales Golf Trip Cost?
Golf trips to Wales are generally better valued than other regions in the UK. Our team can assist in planning a golf trip that accommodates all members of your group so that you get to experience all that Wales golf has to offer, within your budget.
The big-name resorts can be more expensive; however, often groups decide they are worth the money to play bucket-list golf. Some hidden gems are far cheaper that could be incorporated into your itinerary to lighten the load.
How Many Golf Courses Are There In Wales?
There are over 200 golf courses in Wales, the country has a range of options on offer, including resort courses and links courses. Golfers can stay and play at the more famous resorts which often have two or three courses attached.
What Other Activities Are Available While on a Golf Trip to Wales?
Wales has several activities that you can experience while on a golf break. There are mountain ranges, including the Snowdon National Park, where groups can enjoy walking trails or cycling. The capital city, Cardiff, has the Millennium Stadium, ancient monuments, museums and a range of bars and restaurant to try. There is a lot to discover in the beautiful country.