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Click to zoom in to a map of Flintshire showing Golf CoursesThere are a number of Golf Courses in Flintshire and areas close to the Welsh Border. You can choose from Holywell, Caerwys, Flint. Mold, Hawarden, Padeswood Golf Club and nearby courses at Chester, Ruthin, or Wrexham Golf Club.

The courses at Holywell and Caerwys have fantastic views of the Dee estuary and the Wirral Peninsula. Others look inwards towards Wales, the Clwydian range of mountains and the foothills of Snowdonia. Flintshires location makes it ideal for a golf holiday shared between the English border towns of Cheshire and the Welsh border towns of Flintshire.

Holywell Golf Club, Brynford, Holywell, Flintshire, Tel: 01352 713937
Holywell Golf Club is situated in the north of Flintshire and the location is renowned for the panoramic views of the Wirral peninsula and the River Dee estuary. It is a Moorland / Parkland 18 hole course that was established in 1906. The course although based at 800 foot above sea level is of a slightly undulating nature with no tiring inclines. The course lies a mile and a half inland of Holywell in the village of Brynford. There are views of Moel Fammau and the Clwydian Range to the south and west, while on clear days the distant majesty of Snowdonia reveals itself some 40 miles away. The course which was rearranged and established as an 18 hole course in 1991 is a compact links type course, with many natural hazards, such as quarries, water hazards and grass bunkers. ----------------  Holywell itself takes its name from the town's major feature, the world famous St Winefride's Holy Well; one of the Seven Wonders of Wales .  St. Winifred's Well has been an important place for pilgrims to visit since the Middle Ages, and is known as the "Lourdes of Wales". Located in North East Wales and set amid rolling countryside overlooking the estuary of the River Dee, the centre of this traditional Welsh market town has changed little over the last few hundred years as its rich variety of fine late Georgian and Victorian period buildings will testify.

Nine of Clubs Golf Club, Coed Farm, Coed Farm Rd, Caerwys, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 5AQ Tel : 01352 721222
Nine of Clubs Golf Club is situated in the north of Flintshire, on the A541 between Denbigh and Mold. It is a pay and play parkland course with 9 holes, and is excellent value for money.

 

Flint Golf Club, Cornist Park, Flint, Flintshire, CH6 5HJ Tel: 01352 732327
Flint Golf Club is situated in mid Flintshire above the town of Flint. The Club has a nine hole parkland course established in 1965. It is a scenic golf course set in woodlands with unspoilt views over the Dee estuary towards the Wirral. Visitors are pleasantly surprised by the wonderful scenery and the challenges that the course has to offer. Visitors are welcomed and encouraged with these prices £7 for 9 Holes with or without a member, £10 for 18 holes or ONLY £7 with a member, Visitors can play all day for just £12.00, or ONLY £7 with a member. Please check out the latest prices on the Club website.

Mold Golf Club, Cilcain Road, Pantymwyn, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 5EH Tel : 01352 741513
Mold Golf Club is situated in the south of Flintshire in the village of Pantymwyn, near Mold. The Club boasts an 18 hole uplands course, offering extensive views of the Clwyd Hills, Cheshire and the Peak District. There are spectacular views from the higher parts of the course, some 850 feet above sea level, with the Halkyn Plateau, Dee Estuary and the Wirral to the north, the Cheshire Plain to the east and the Clwydian Hills to the west. Golf societies and visitors are always welcome. ---------------------- Mold is home to Theatre Clwyd. But Mold's main claim to fame is as the location where the world renowned Bronze Age Gold Cape was discovered, A fantastic piece of prehistoric metalwork now proudly exhibited centre stage in the British Museum in London. Mold library has a copy on display and is well worth a visit to see this unique sample of early British craftmanship.

Hawarden Golf Club, Groomsdale Lane, Hawarden, Flintshire, CH5 3EH, Tel: 01244 531447
Hawarden Golf Club is situated in the south of Flintshire close to the English Border.  It is an undulating 18 hole parkland course set in mature meadowland that was founded in 1911. Visitors are welcome and being just 6 miles from Chester it is the perfect venue for that Society golf break . Playing golf at Hawarden is an ideal location for golfers who may wish to include some nightlife in Chester with their golf holiday.

Old Padeswood Golf Club, Station Lane, Padeswood, Mold CH7 4JL Tel: 01244 550414
Old Padeswood Golf Club is located in the south of Flintshire in the picturesque Alyn Valley. Old Padeswood was established in 1933 and is an 18 hole parkland course located in a tree-lined valley. Located less than 3 miles from the A55 expressway within easy access of the Wirral, Merseyside, Manchester and the Potteries, With its friendly atmosphere in the Clubhouse, traditional Thwaites Ales on draught and good food it is an ideal venue for your golf holiday or Society break.

All distances refer to hotels and accommodation close to the town of Mold

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Golf Map of Flintshire. Move the cursor over the attractions and towns Click for Ruthin-Pwllglass Golf Club, sorry no website available Click for St Melyd Golf Club information Click for Prestatyn Golf Club information Mold, home to Theatre Clwyd. The world renowned Bronze Age Gold Cape was  discovered in Mold, a fantastic piece of prehistoric metalwork now proudly exhibited centre stage in the British Museum in London. Mold library has a copy on display. The ancient church of St Mary's was financed by Margaret Beaufort, the mother of Henry Tudor, to mark his enthronement as King of England in the 15th Century Jump to Map of Denbighshire Jump to Map of Powys Jump to Map of Wrexham County Northop Hall Village Home to the Holy Well of St Winifrides. A place of pilgrimage for Christians for thousands of years. Ruthin, historic market town Northop Buckley Views of the Dee estuary and home to Flint Castle , one of the iron ring of Castles built by the English King  to subdue the Welsh Maeshafn Wrexham Chester is one of the finest heritage cities in the world with the most complete City Walls in Britain and great treasures spanning 2000 years. Receive the latest news and a medieval welcome from the Chester Town Criers by visiting The Cross, where the four main streets of the Roman fortress still intersect, this has been the site of public proclamations since medieval times, and remains so today. Explore Chester on foot following the new Millennium Trail around 40 of Chester's historic sites. Chester is able to boast the one and only two-tier Rows galleries; Britain's largest Roman amphitheatre; Britain's oldest horse races; the World's oldest rowing regatta and the World's most photographed clock after Big Ben. Sealand, the Gateway to North Wales Click for Holywell Golf Club information, sorry no web site available Click for Nine of Clubs Golf Club, sorry no website Click for Flint Golf Club information Click for Mold Golf Club information Click for Hawarden Golf Club information Click for Old Padeswood Golf Club information


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