Nefyn & District Golf Club offers one of the most visually stunning courses in the UK. With 9 holes on the famous peninsula jutting out to sea, this remarkable course offers 27 holes with 3 loops of 9. There are 9 holes on each of the 3 courses designed by James Braid in 1907. The golf club offers a spectacular cliff top challenge and the famous Ty Coch Inn serves as a great halfway house on the beach below the course.
One of the most inspirational golf courses in the country, Nefyn & District Golf Club has been described as North Wales' Pebble Beach. There are 27 holes in total with the option of playing the 'New' or 'Old' final 9, although both are impressive we'd advise making the time to try both. The coastal location of the course makes the wind unpredictable, and with numerous challenges and hazards, not to mention the dramatic cliff-top holes, this really is a course that you would never get tired of playing.