Penrhos Golf & Country Club

Penrhos Golf & Country Club, Ceredigion is a 27 hole club with the 18 hole, par 72 (6641 yard) Championship Course and the 9 hole course. A private, parkland course designed by David Williams in 1991.

Contact Information

Llanrhystud, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 5AY United Kingdom

Tel: 01974 202999

Golf Pro: P Diamond

Website: http://www.penrhosgolf.co.uk
 

Tee Time Information

  • Midweek Guide: £25.00 per round *
  • Weekend Guide: £35.00 per round *

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Course Information:
27 holes | Par 72 | 6641 yards | Private | Parkland

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Visitors: Just a mile away from the beaches of the rugged Welsh coast and an hour south of the Snowdonia National Park, Penrhos Golf and Country Club is a wonderful holiday destination. There is a superb restaurant and plenty of facilities which make for a relaxing stay including a pool, tennis courts, sauna, gym and bowling green. It is a delightful hotel that complements the exciting golf course very well.

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  • 7 Day Membership Available

Penrhos Golf & Country Club Reviews & Information


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  4.07

Golfshake Golf Course Rating from 11
Average Ratings
4.27 ... Overall Rating
4.45 ... The Course
3.00 ... Course Cond.
4.36 ... Facilities/Serv.
4.27 ... VFM
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4.00 ... Pace of play
4.50 ... Hospitality.
4.50 ... Prac. Facil.
4.50 ... Food + Drink
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11 ratings & 10 reviews on Golfshake. Ranked out of 2122.

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What the club says: Penrhos Golf Club is one of those ‘best kept secrets’ – set in the glorious privately owned, landscaped countryside park at Penrhos, our golf course was launched in 1991. It was designed by one of the UK’s leading course architects, David Williams and was commissioned by Penrhos founder and current director of the family owned Park and Golf Club, John Pugh-Evans.

We have an 18 hole championship length course which is widely considered as ‘high quality and challenging’ by most players. It is well groomed, exceptionally well maintained and playable all year-round.
We also have a 9 hole course and a floodlit driving range for those who like to fine tune, hone and practice practice practice.


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Reviewed Jul 1 2019 by David L - rated 4 out of 5

Friendly Club

A nice course in good condition with a difficult start over the first 4 holes.
The professional and club staff were friendly and excellant

(Round played: Jun 2019 - Score: 97 Handicap: 17.8)
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Reviewed Apr 18 2019 by Paul M / Manchester - rated 3 out of 5
Overall the course was in good condition, however some of the greens had holes in which was surprising, I would have thought the Green Keeping staff would have fixed them. Facilities are great and the staff are friendly and very helpful. If your not fit then you defiantly need a buggy. The 17th was a great hole to play.
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Reviewed Apr 19 2018 by David L - rated 5 out of 5

A great friendly Club

We played a match here today and received a lovely welcome. the facilities are excellent and the course is in good condition considering this winters weather

(Round played: Apr 2018 - Score: 92 Handicap: 17.7)
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Reviewed Jul 3 2016 by Anthony C - rated 4 out of 5

advise use a buggy,first five holes dramatically up hill,not too bad after that well looked after paid one hundred pound to play as many times as i wanted for the week no coincidence scored my best round of the week the day i used a buggy
(Round played: Jun 2016 - Score: 95 Handicap: 13.4)
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Reviewed Apr 26 2014 by David L - rated 5 out of 5
A GREAT FRIENDLY COURSE, A warm welcome and good food afterwards. Course in good condition. I bit of a climb on the first few holes but some lovely views when you get to the top

(Round played: Apr 2014 - Score: 88 Handicap: 16)
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Reviewed Mar 29 2014 by Hadyn - rated 4 out of 5
I enjoyed my round at Penrhos. First thing to mention is how tight it is, some holes the fairway is 10 yards wide. Not only that there is water on almost every hole, most notably on the front 9. Often on both sides of the fairway. Most of the major trouble is on the right of the front nine holes, water and often out of bounds with a severe drop down a hillside. Not forgetting that this course is set fairly high up, therefore a great deal of wind to be expected as there was when I played. Back 9 is by no means easy but probably less trouble to worry about and perhaps a few more scoring opportunities. The course finishes with a par 3 of which I haven't seen anything like nor probably will again, it's as downhill as they come, it takes about ten minutes to get to the green. Following this a good finishing hole, par 4 with a tight fairway which is tree lined and a pond again on the right waiting to greet you. Second shot played to a two tiered green.

Advice for playing the course I would say is don't be to quick to get driver out of the bag, club up playing into some strong winds, get a planner and learn where you can miss, if a higher handicapper take lots of balls.

Only real downside is it's not the best kept golf course I have ever played.

Score 76
handicap 3


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Reviewed Nov 7 2013 by Keith T - rated 4 out of 5
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Reviewed Aug 4 2012 by Shaun B - rated 5 out of 5
This is a great course. the first 4 holes are tough and uphill, also you dont want to go right. Once you climbed between the 4th green and 5th tee you have fairly flatish golf with lovely views of cardigan bay. The 17th par 3 is a cracker (nearly had a hole in one today spun back and hit the flag but just stayed up)
Advise if you think you might need a buggy you will.

(Round played: Aug 2012 - Score: 95 Handicap: )
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Reviewed Apr 29 2012 by Riath A - rated 5 out of 5
Excellent course. Hidden gem.

(Round played: Apr 2012 - Score: 95 Handicap: 19.8)
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Reviewed Apr 22 2010 by Steve J - rated 4 out of 5
Beautiful day, beautiful course - lovely views, red kites, a real mixture of testing holes. Surprisingly good course. Will certainly go out of my way to play this again.
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Reviewed Aug 25 2007 by Andy K - rated 4 out of 5
Played (badly) on holiday August 2007 on my lonesome. Didn't get to see much of the facilities but the club is part of a privately run hotel and country club and has driving range and bars / restaurants and changing facilities.

The parkland course is in and above a welsh valley and is therefore hilly in places. The first 4 holes wind steeply upwards to the high plateau where the bulk of the holes can be found. The 17th is a 160 yard par 3 with the tee about 160 yards ABOVE the green and nothing much but rock, gorse and bracken in between - fantastic hole though. The 17th takes you back to the valley floor to complete the round.

A good mix of natural hazards plus lakes ponds bunkers and grass. Some open fairways and some very tight - I lost at least 6 balls on this course so make sure you are well stocked. I lost two balls off the tee on the 16th and picked up!

All in all a very nice course and club if a little pricey at £25 a round midweek. I would certainly play again and it is worth playing at least once.
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