“With the possible exception of Pebble Beach, the view from the top of the Cardigan course is the finest I’ve seen anywhere in golf”.

The course is of the links type, with for the most part, sandy and free draining soil allowing uninterrupted play in all seasons and weather. The humps and hollows, often the feature of many links courses, are very evident on many holes.

Sea breezes play their part also, often makjing a difference of 3-4 clubs.  The course overlooks the sea and the coastline and inland views from every part of the course are breathtaking.

The Club regularly hosts Regional competitions, Golf Union of Wales Championships and International matches.

Furman Bisher of the Atlanta Journal, doyen of American golf writers, came to Wales to give Royal Porthcawl the once over. He had never been to Wales before and was so impressed he changed his plans so that he and his wife could do a ten-day tour. The game he played at Cardigan was extolled to his readers as one of the highlights: “With the possible exception of Pebble Beach, the view from the top of the Cardigan course is the finest I’ve seen anywhere in golf”.

The course is situated 2 1/2 miles or so to the North West of Cardigan, on the coast on elevated ground with magnificent views of Cardigan Bay and the surrounding countryside.
Cardigan is about 3 hours drive from the Midlands, 4-5 hours from London and about 2 hours from Cardiff

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Course Management Team:

The current team comprises Head Greenkeeper, Stuart Adams, Assistant Greenkeepers, Jac Emanuel, Craig Thompson, Henry Malloy and Joe Simmons who all work tirelessly provide a course widely acknowledged as one of the finest in the area.
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