Llanymynech Golf Club
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Llanymynech Golf Club, Shropshire is an 18 hole, par 70 (6036 yard), private, parkland golf course established in 1933. Home of Ian Woosnam, Llanymynech Golf Club is World Famous for playing two different countries on 1 hole! Yes that\'s right on our famous 4th hole you tee it up in Wales and putt out in England and only measuring 340 yards off the back tees this par 4 is not as easy as it seems...
Pant, Nr Oswestry, Shropshire, SY10 8LB United KingdomTel: 01691 830542
Golf Pro: Andy Griffiths, Lee Rooke & Tom Farquharson | Tel: 01691 830542
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- Midweek Guide: £30.00 per round Mon; £35 per round Tues - Fri *
- Weekend Guide: £45.00 per round subject to availability *
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18 holes | Par 70 | 6036 yards | Private | Parkland
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Llanymynech Golf Club Reviews & Information
4.28 ... Overall Rating
4.31 ... The Course
4.50 ... Course Cond.
3.72 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.22 ... VFM
4.27 ... Pace of play
4.50 ... Hospitality.
3.38 ... Prac. Facil.
4.00 ... Food + Drink
65 ratings & 54 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked 380 out of 2122.
HIGHLY RATED - 97% would play again or recommend
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What the club says: Founded in 1933, Llanymynech Golf Club has expanded over the years from its original 9 holes to its present day 18 hole layout. The course boasts a unique claim to fame in that you can play one round of golf in two separate countries. This is courtesy of Offa's Dyke running through our course; and on the 4th hole you tee of in Wales and putt out in England. The 5th and 6th holes remain in England before you are cordially welcomed back into Wales on the 7th tee.
'The Hill' as it is known locally, was once the battle ground for Caracatus in AD 50 in his quest to rid the country of the Romans. The club is pleased to say that a much more gentle battle takes place on the hill these days in the form of a battle of wits between golfer and ball.
Golf Course Reviews for Llanymynech Golf Club
The golf courses reviews are the personal opinions of members of Golfshake who completed a review after playing the course. These opinions do not necessarily represent the views of Golfshake.com
Mr BrownBest course i have played in years, green were superb for time of year and the friendly atmosphere would definitely return.
Very goodGreat course well worth the visit. The 18th one had to drive a carry over the practice ground ,if it fell short then finding your ball amongst the practice balls not good.
The views out way the 18th.
excellent local course with challengesbeen a member here for 6 months and love it! Greens are well kept and there are a series of left to right / right to left slopes that keep each hole interesting. relatively novice golfer but I enjoy every round and always made to feel welcome.
Llanymynech G.CWe visited here less than 24 hours after a bout of very heavy and prolonged rain, but the course was in great condition, with no water logging. The tees, fairways and greens were in excellent condition, the greens were surprisingly fast. The clubhouse, although dated, was stocked with a good choice of drinks and the staff were friendly. We didn't eat, so can't comment on that. It is quite a hilly course in places, but the stunning views are worth it.
(Round played: Jun 2019 - Score: 90 Handicap: 22.8)
Staff excellent and friendly. Will be going back.
AlanWhat a great course, it was a great challenge which I will have another crack at again soon. Very hard walk but so fantastic holes and views, you really have to play it. The staff were brilliant and the food was excellent - no complaints, wow!!!
Great Course, Fantastic ViewsA group of 15 played this course and it was a very enjoyable day, the course was in good condition, Greens a bit bumpy from the recent maintenance but still rolled well, staff were very good and bacon rolls on arrival and the one course meal also excellent. The View from the 12th Tee will be hard to beat anywhere in the UK!
(Round played: Sep 2018 - Score: 75 Handicap: 2.8)
poorly sign posted and hard to find
hidden gemGreat course all in fantastic condition-Views stunning-Food and beer great.\
Spectacular viewsPlayed this with seven friends on a tour of Wales. This was our 'on the way home' course having played two links courses. All eight of us were impressed with the course, the greens and the views which were spectacular. We were lucky to have a day of blue skies and near 20 degree temperatures. We found the staff friendly and accommodating. We have all said we would be happy to return (but possibly play this course first as it can sap the legs.
A must playFantastic course in great condition,can't believe how dry it was considering it was covered in snow just a few days earlier.No two holes are the same and must be some of the best views anywhere in golf.If you have never played it then make the effort to,you won't regret it
(Round played: Oct 2017 - Score: 107 Handicap: 28)
Accuracy is keyVery interesting challenging and unique course that is situated in Wales but has three holes across the border in England. We played the course in terrible weather conditions - howling wind and driving rain. It it still brought a smile to my face. Not overly long but accuracy off the tee is key to getting round this track anywhere close to your handicap - the greens were fast and true and three putts are easy if you're not careful. Would advise taking a buggy if your not "fit" as it is hilly however - you are rewarded with some stunning views from many of the holes at the highest points.
A good, friendly clubhouse is very welcoming at the end of the day.
Great value for money and look forward to going back one day.
Note : A course planner will help you navigate your way round as there are some blind shots
Great test of golf in a great locationA fantastic course in great condition, with some really testing holes where you need your A game when driving or your in trouble! Overall quality day and would defiantly recommend this course.
Quality and VariationI visited the course for a University golf day. (Liverpool Vs Birmingham) We played a 9 hole warm up and after lunch played the full 18 holes. I found the course in great condition. It has a variety of interesting holes ranging from visible par 3s to blind (from the Tee) par 4s and 5s. The course is physically challenging as it is very hilly. There are buggies for hire but I would advise to book these in advance. Most of the course is in Wales but the border with England runs through the NE corner of the course. In actual fact on the 4th you can Tee off in Wales and put in England. Perhaps the most notable aspect is the views from the later holes / Tee positions. The course is at quite a height and at one point there is a full panoramic which I'm told takes in 5 counties. Well worth a visit.
A warm welcome by this year's captain at sign in and good facilities withg practice bay and practice net available (bring your own balls :-) along with putting green etc.
Course: heavy rain through the week softened up course and made it 100% enjoyable and the greens putted lovely, a real credit to the green staff. boy is this a tough track, but value for money keeping the ball in play! not for the wayward, unless you have unlimited balls.
Bar staff really friendly and excellent food to boot, 100% back soon as it's a real GEM.
Worth the 1hr 30 min drive from Coventry
(Round played: May 2017 - Score: 76 Handicap:8.5) should be better!!
(Round played: Apr 2017 - Score: 93 Handicap: 13.6)
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