Aberdovey Golf Club

Aberdovey, Gwynedd LL35 0RT

Golf commenced at Aberdovey in 1886, when some members of Formby Golf Club - the Ruck family -recognised the potential of the common for playing golf. Legend states a course was laid out on the natural turf, using flower-pots for holes. This new links grew rapidly and the club was constituted in 1892. The Ruck family and nephew Bernard Darwin (later famous for his writings for the Times and several books on golf) were highly influential in the early days. Major General Sir R.M. Ruck was instrumental in forming the welsh golf union, becoming its first secretary.

Darwin was the first club captain. All progressed well until the present day with the possible exception of the year 1995 when the clubhouse was destroyed by fire. With the help of a Lottery grant, the new building was completed early in 1998 and was officially opened in June by H.R.H. Prince Andrew - The Duke of York. Now both course and clubhouse are of championship standards.

Restrictions: Offers available Mon to Fri excluding 8-9am & 11.30-12.30pm. Offer applies to a fourball only, all tee times are subject to availability. Please telephone club in advance to make a booking.

  • Members Offers
  • 4 for the price of 3 green fees
  • Standard Green Fees
  • Midweek: £55 (Apr-Oct) £35 (Oct-Mar)
  • Weekend: N/A
  • Member Savings
  • 4-Ball Saving: £55
  • 2-Ball Saving: N/A
  • Course Features
  • Holes: 18
  • Par: 71
  • Length: 6535 yds
  • Links Course

COURSE LOCATION

Aberdovey, LL35 0RT 52.5443687 -4.0560244

Members get 4 for the price of 3 green fees at Aberdovey Golf Club with Open Fairways.

Other courses in Gwynedd