Holyhead Golf Club
Lon Garreg Fawr, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead, LL65 2YL, Wales
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Golf Course Says
Like so many of the great, historic courses that pepper the British Isles Holyhead Golf Club was designed by that supreme course architect James Braid and opened its doors for play in 1912. The course, at just over 6000 yards, can appear quite gentle but narrow fairways and gorse and heather provide challenge enough for the unwary. Another of the lasting testament's to Braid's skill Holyhead Golf Club has 18 holes rich in variety and enjoyment.
Seaside heathland course on Holy Island which is linked by causeway to Anglesey. Holyhead has no trees but gets its character from rocky outcrops, undulating fairways hemmed in by gorse and sea views.
The front and back nines at Holyhead golf course are a bit different on this fairly demanding layout, set a kilometre or so back from the sea. Don't blame designer James Braid for the rocky outcrops, thick gorse bushes, many elevated greens and other features that await - especially on the (perhaps) tougher front nine. The Holyhead course had to be shaped to the undulating terrain, which Braid admirably succeeded in doing. The result is a course rich in character and full of charm, that will provide a fair but stringent examination of your golfing skills, most especially if the wind is blowing, as it so often does. Sea and surrounding countryside views are ever-present; maintenance standards are generally excellent and the "no-two-holes-alike" character of the course all combine to weave their golfing spell on the first time visitor.
|Jurek Brown||21/01/2011 09:27:10|
On a wet Sunday morning, we arrived at Hoylhead Treaddur Bay, the Pro was welcoming, the condition of the course was a C-, to be fair they had a lot of rain and it showed: slippy underfoot in places, the greens looked like they needed a cut.
It a nicely laid out course, lovely views, but if its damp forget your long drives, and expect to get muddy trousers, so take some old ones and use old gear, noticably some members were in the same frame of mind.
Staff were more interested in the tv rather than attending visitors, no catering staff meant no refreshments other than what the bar could offer, there was a tea machine but it didnt look well looked after, so we didnt bother.
In summary, on a nice day the golf should reward the avid golfer with some good memories, hopefully catering and bar will be available to a standard accompanying the course.
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