Oh, and the golf course itself isn’t too bad either… boasting USGA spec greens and tees, this relatively new test of Welsh golf was honoured in 2003 being named Wales’ best new golf club and again in 2004 by the Sports Turf Research Institute (STRI) winning their environmental award.
From the back tees this truly unique experience measures over 6,500 yards and is a great test for even the lowest handicapper, yet the more forward tees will set up a much more subdued challenge allowing both mid and high handicappers chance to give more attention the spectacular greens.
Without doubt one of Wales’ Best Kept Golfing Secrets that should be sampled and appreciated by everyone with the opportunity to do so.
And what better way to relax and reminisce about all the putts made and putts missed than on the magnificent decking overlooking the breathtaking (particularly at sunset) and historic Amman Valley.
Views of the Black Mountains – Brecon Beacons National Park
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