close up of club resting against golf ball on grass
close up of club resting against golf ball on grass

Carmarthenshire - Carmarthen Golf Club & Driving Range

Enjoy a tough challenge at the Carmarthen Golf Club & Driving Range

Established in 1907, Carmarthen Golf Club is a stunning parkland course with amazing mountain views over the Carmarthenshire, Cardiganshire and Powys countryside and scenic views of Carmarthen Bay.

The golf club has significantly improved its outlook by adding another storey on top of the clubhouse, about three miles up the slopes of the Gwili Valley from Carmarthen, in some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales. The end result is a magnificent dining and lounge area with unobstructed views of even more stunning landscape.

Subject to tee time availability, visitors are always welcome. After your round of golf at Carmarthen Golf Club, you can enjoy comfort and hospitality in the clubhouse. They moved north in 1928 to Rhydymarchog, a new course designed by J.H. Taylor that's a delight in the country. Carmarthen is a much tougher challenge than its length suggests because it was chosen in 1994 to host the South Wales Boys Tournament and the Welsh Team Championships.

The parkland course's first par four, a long and difficult uphill one, is rarely completed by first-timers to the area. The 17th, with its two-tiered green ambushes that many people believe they have encountered. Its defences rely heavily on the difficult greens in general. Take on the challenge and become one of the rare people who manage to break 70.