Tredegar and Rhymney Golf Club

Tredegar and Rhymney Golf Club, Gwent is an 18 hole, par 67 (5316 yard), private, links golf course established in 1921.

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Cwmtysswg, Rhymney, Tredegar, Gwent, NP22 5HA United Kingdom

Tel: 01685 840743

Website: http://www.tandrgc.co.uk
 

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  • Midweek Guide: £20.00 per round *
  • Weekend Guide: £20.00 per round *

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Course Information:
18 holes | Par 67 | 5316 yards | Private | Links

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What the club says: Established in 1921, Tredegar and Rhymney Golf Club and was opened officially on the 6th June 1925 as a 9 hole golf club. It is situated between Rhymney and Tredegar in S Wales. The course was officially opened as an 18 hole golf course on the 5th July 2003 after being given help to extend the course with a sportlot grant. The course was opened by Mr Paul Mayo of Newport Golf Club, The British Amateur Champion 1987. The course provides a stearn test of golf along with stunning views over the mountains.


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Reviewed Jun 13 2019 by Gillingham, Dorset - rated 3 out of 5

Mountain marvel!

Like a number of courses in the valleys and mountains of South Wales, this is sure not your average slick manicured Parkland course! Named after the two villages either side of the mountain, you know you are in the "wilds" after passing a huge cemetery which started life as a Cholera Burial ground! A slightly bumpy approach to a "working clubhouse" and when on my visit, an honesty box was in operation. The initial impressions of the clubhouse were that a lick of paint and general tidy up would be in order, but this is on the top of a mountain in Wales and golf is the game, so as long as there is a decent drink at the end, and the inside is presentable, who worries! The first tee is right outside the clubhouse and you are immediately introduced to the "blind drive", the first being straight up a slight hill, no view of the green, or in fact anything other than sky! The course does in fact consist of an original 9 holes, these mainly being on the back nine, with many of the early holes being opened more recently. What you will very soon after your start to find are side slopes, ditches, some tiny tiny greens, exacting tee shots and blind shots galore. Every single hole is different in all respects, - the greens vary from sloping to tiny, and I mean tiny, this is a course that leaves you thinking from start to finish.
I am a true lover of "natural" golf, this is exactly that, no graces here, just natural out and out fun against pure nature. i played on a windless and calm day - if rain is about or the wind is up, forget the golf, find a pub and have a brains SA!
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