Play Golf in Mid Wales

Mid Wales Golf

Our area has many beautiful and excellent golf courses all within a half hour drive of Wenallt B&B with our own course in Builth Wells only 10 minutes walk, 2 minutes drive.

Golf here is often referred to as “millionaire’s golf” because of the beauty of the courses and no queues! Outside of competition times and on week days, the courses can be almost exclusive.

All Courses offer a warm welcome to visitors and all have welcoming Club Houses with good food and drink.

Where to play?: The Mid Wales  Courses

Builth Wells: The jewel in the crown of Mid Wales Golf. Builth Wells Golf Club is a stunningly beautiful and mature 18 hole parkland golf course. The visiting golfer is assured of a very warm welcome in the historic and comfortable clubhouse.

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Llandrindod Wells: A piece of golfing history that will take your breath away.
The course at Llandrindod Wells was established in 1905, designed by six times Open Champion Harry Vardon, and altered later by five times champion James Braid, to produce the superb course of 18 holes, almost 5800 yards in length (par 69), that you see today.

Llandrindod Wells Golf Club is the permanent home of the Golf Union of Wales Individual Handicap Championship.

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Cradoc: The golf course is noted for its natural surroundings, abundance of wildlife, and mature tree lined fairways – there’s the occasional water hazard too! Golfers of all abilities are offered a challenging, yet entertaining test of their golf.

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Brecon: Established in 1902 and nestled at the foot of the magnificent Brecon Beacons national park in Mid Wales, Brecon is a 9 hole course, designed by James Braid with a yardage of 6122 and par of 70. The course provides a challenging but fair test of golf for all levels from beginner to accomplished golfer. Regarded by many as one of Wales’ finest 9 hole courses.

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KingtonKington Golf Club is the highest 18 hole golf course in England. Founded in 1925, is located on Bradnor Hill, near the town of Kington in the beautiful county of Herefordshire but nestling on the border of Wales.

Kington Golf Club is considered to be one of  the finest, natural inland links courses in the country and has some of the best greens in Herefordshire golf.

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