Welcome To Aberdovey Golf Club.  Croeso I Clwb Golff Aberdyfi.

Members and visitors alike appreciate the true links experience the course has to offer and, together with the beautiful surroundings and the warmth of the welcome in the clubhouse, have realised the hidden gem that our course represents.

There can be few better places to taste what golf was once like than at Aberdovey – links golf at its most traditional.

Members and visitors alike appreciate the true links experience the course has to offer and, together with the beautiful surroundings and the warmth of the welcome in the clubhouse, have realised the hidden gem that our course represents.

There can be few better places to taste what golf was once like than at Aberdovey – links golf at its most traditional.

Course Design

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Aberdovey is without doubt a living testament to the unique characteristics of links golf. Playing golf here is much more than just a social and sporting activity. It can be considered a journey where you can lose yourself in the beauty of the game nurtured within the beauty of the landscape. Even if you are playing poorly – you will still be uplifted and energised by the golf experience.

Three of the legendary architects of the early 20thC; Colt, Braid & Fowler have all had a hand in shaping Aberdovey as it stands today. However, it is the untamed elements of the natural rolling links that has had the greatest role in creating the course.

The exhilarating start to the round sees you introduced at the earliest opportunity to the rustic joys of links golf; tight lies, rolling fairways, undulating approaches, dry-firm surfaces and fast greens are all here in abundance. Holes blend into the dynamic sand dune morphology, its plants and wildlife with elevated tees and greens offering not only spectacular views but the feeling of being in harmony with the environment.

The rhythm of the course combines with the natural elements to test and tease the golfer in equal amounts. Appearances can, however, be deceptive; holes that tempt the golfer most are often those that are better played with a sense of restraint. Birdies and par come to those who play with the course, not against it.

The course strategy asks for a variety of shots and infinite creativity. The hazards are numerous, deceptive and sometimes hidden. Like any great links course what you see is often not what you get, but it’s never penal. No-matter their skill, each golfer will find their own ‘line of charm’ for the course. As with the great Scottish links, quirky features abound throughout the course e.g blind-shots, wooden railway sleepers, the railway itself that skirts the inland portion of the course.

The coastal setting with its ever changing tides and winds ensures that conditions alter on a frequent basis. Club selection is therefore all the more important. You will need every club in the bag – and probably more than one way to play them. Each of four par-3s all face a different direction. You first encounter one of the three par-5s well into the round at the 7th whilst the returning holes enjoy a tempting prospect of two in three holes at the 13th and 15th. There are 9 par-4s that can play over 400 yards but the timely interventions of the short 8th and 16th can set one’s score. But it’s best not to think of Aberdovey as one big challenge but 71 different adventures which you will undoubtedly want to take again.

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                   Aberdovey Golf Club

                   Station Road, Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales, LL35 0RT

                   Telephone: +44 (0)1654 767 493 | Fax: +44 (0)1654 767 027

                   Email: sec@aberdoveygolf.co.uk

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The Clubhouse

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Re-built in 1998, we have a large, modern clubhouse for the enjoyment of our members and visitors.

Facilities within the clubhouse include:

                   dining room

                   bar and lounge area

                   free wifi internet connection available

                   TV lounge area with Sky television

                   balcony with views over the 1st and 18th holes

                   meeting room

                   ladies and gentlemen’s locker rooms

Adjacent to the clubhouse are the Dormy Bungalow accommodation facility and the Golf Shop.

The Oyster Catcher Restaurant – New For 2018!

We are delighted to announce that we have opened a restaurant for evening service. The Oyster Catcher at Aberdovey Golf Club is open for service on Wednesday to Saturday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Click here for a sample menu.

We also serve Sunday lunch every Sunday from 12:30pm to 2:30pm.

We highly recommend booking your table in advance!

To do so, please contact either Nick or Bryony on 01654 767493 ext 3, or email cook@aberdoveygolf.co.uk.

Stay And Play

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Dormy Accommodation

Our Dormy bungalow is a great place to stay for a golfing break. It overlooks the 18th green and is immediately adjacent to the clubhouse – it couldn’t be more convenient!

This comfortable accommodation is serviced daily and is ideal for parties of up to 12 people.  It has the following facilities:

                   six twin bedded rooms all with en-suite bath/shower room

                   TV

                   hairdryer

                   tea/coffee making facilities

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Residents in our accommodation enjoy a reduction on the rack rate green fees as can be seen from the following table. If those breaks listed do not suit you, we can tailor a package to meet your specific requirements – please enquire!

The prices below include the following:

                   Accommodation in twin bedded, en-suite rooms.

                   Full Welsh breakfast in the clubhouse.

                   Golf on Aberdovey’s famous links.

Note:

                   “Winter” rates apply from 15 October 2018 to 31 March 2019.

                   Rates set out are per person, based upon two sharing a room.

                   A supplement of £25 per room per night will be added for single room occupancy.

Rates – 2018-19

Stay 1 night, play 1 round – £69 (winter), £97.50 (summer)

Stay 1 night, play 2 rounds – £100 (winter), £140.00 (summer)

Stay 2 nights, play 2 rounds – £130.00 (winter), £180.00 (summer)

Stay 2 nights, play 3 rounds – £155.00 (winter), £210.00 (summer)

Stay 3 nights, play 3 rounds – £180.00 (winter), £240.00 (summer)

Non-golfers – Bed and Breakfast – £35.00 (winter), £45.00 (summer)

Terms & Conditions

Full terms and conditions of booking can be sent following an enquiry. However the following are relevant:

                   Rooms are available for occupancy from 14.00 and should be vacated by 10.00 on the day of departure.

                   No pets are allowed.

                   The Dormy Bungalow is strictly a no-smoking facility.

How To Book

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Alternatively, please contact +44 (0)1654 767493, option 1 or send an e-mail to sec@aberdoveygolf.co.uk.

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