Penmaenmawr Golf Club
Croeso Cynnes i Ymwelwyr - A Warm Welcome to Visitors
Penmaenmawr Golf Course in Conwy, North Wales is set up for all levels of golfers, from low handicap players, medium handicap players and beginners and on its day can be forgiving as well as providing a real challenge to all. So, come and play Golf at Penmaenmawr, one of North Wales best 9 Hole Golf Courses (with 18 tees). Playing the golf course is a must for any golfing enthusiast, you will be rewarded with a memorable round of golf and you will be warmly received at the 19th hole.
So whether you’re looking to be “PGA player of the year 11 times over" like Tiger Woods or one of the current favourites such as Jason Day, Rory McIlroy or Jordan Speith who are currently favourite with the sports betting sites to break the Majors records, or a player who spends more time with a ball retriever in his hands than a golf club, we cater for all ability levels at Penmaenmawr golf club, and aim to give you a unforgettable experience whatever your handicap.
For those of you that are not aware of Penmaenmawr, you will be unaware of its hidden treasures, especially our golf course! When you first arrive you will have either come off the A55 or you will have travelled from the direction of Conwy over the breathtaking mountains of the Sychnant Pass which forms part of Snowdonia National Park which will have given you a taste of what is on offer in this area of North Wales.
For a travelling golfer, Penmaenmawr golf course not only offers you the chance to play some golf and enjoy the stunning views - there are three mountains surrounding as a back drop and the coastline in front, Penmaenmawr Golf Course is as challenging in golf as it is stimulating in scenic beauty. In addition, with such beautiful countryside around you also have the chance to go off and explore the local area.
When the view is as magnificent as seen on a balmy summer’s day, it is worth enduring some of the slopes on this golf course. Penmaenmawr golf course is truly, one of the sights of the golfing world - with the Great Orme Head rising out of the sea by Llandudno and the distant outline of Anglesey and Puffin Island across the Menai Straits.
Golf is a precision club-and-ball sport, in which competing players (golfers), using many types of clubs, attempt to hit balls into each hole on a golf course while employing the fewest number of strokes. Golf is one of the few ball games that does not require a standardized playing area. Instead, the game is played on golf "courses", each of which features a unique design, although courses typically consist of either 9 or 18 holes. Golf is defined, in the rules of golf, as "playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive strokes in accordance with the Rules." Golf competition is generally played for the lowest number of strokes by an individual, known simply as stroke play, or the lowest score on the most individual holes during a complete round by an individual or team, known as match play.
Mae golff yn fanwl glwb-a-pêl chwaraeon, y mae chwaraewyr yn cystadlu (golffwyr), gan ddefnyddio llawer o fathau o glybiau, ymgais i taro peli i mewn i bob twll ar gwrs golff tra cyflogi'r nifer lleiaf o. Golff strociau yn un o'r ychydig gemau pêl nad yw'n gofyn am ardal chwarae safonol. Yn hytrach, y gêm yn cael ei chwarae ar golff "gyrsiau", pob un ohonynt yn cynnwys cynllun unigryw, er bod cyrsiau fel arfer yn cynnwys naill ai 9 neu 18 twll. Golff yn cael ei ddiffinio, yn y rheolau o golff, fel "chwarae pêl gyda chlwb o'r ddaear helpu lansio llain ymarfer i mewn i'r twll gan strôc neu strôc yn olynol yn unol â'r Rheolau." Cystadleuaeth golff yn cael ei chwarae yn gyffredinol ar gyfer y nifer isaf o strociau gan unigolyn, a elwir yn syml fel chwarae strôc, neu y sgôr isaf ar y tyllau mwyaf unigolyn yn ystod cylch cyflawn gan unigolyn neu dîm, a elwir yn chwarae gêm.