Close up of golf ball on green with flag in background
Close up of golf ball on green with flag in background

Anglesey - Anglesey Golf Club

Test your golfing game at Anglesey Golf Club

This magnificent links course, built on the island coastline of Anglesey, is crafted out of heathland and sand dunes and can claim year-round golf with confidence.

The exceptionally sandy soil drains with ease. No winter greens are to be found here, just beautiful scenery with a backdrop of Snowdonia and the Llŷn Peninsula. What’s more, it’s gently warmed by the Gulf Stream and while has a much drier climate than neighbouring Snowdonia, with the least rainfall of the whole island.

Whatever the weather, wind or no wind, this course is always interesting and challenging, and has plenty of holes to tax high handicap golfers too, where shorter and straighter often helps. As you amble down the path towards the 1st tee, pause on the bridge and take a good look at the 18th fairway and the magnificent finish across the river. This is the grand finale of the course and a fitting visual reward as you come to the end of a challenging round.

The course is crisscrossed by streams, which serve as natural hazards for the golf and are also home to a variety of wildlife. In fact, the course is also a wildlife conservation area.

But there’s more to do here than just play golf: you can relax or have a bite to eat in the clubhouse, view the club’s history in the Centenary room or check out the latest equipment and clothing in the pro shop.