Footgolf in Wales takes advantage of the ‘have-a-go’ spirit combined with impressive landscapes. Wales is an incredible place to be. There are the mesmerising beaches of the Gower, the city buzz of Cardiff, or the near wilderness of Anglessey and Snowdonia in the north. This makes for a land of contrasts with a very small footprint.
Why play Footgolf in Wales?
The culture of Wales is distinct and, along with its beautiful landscape, it has succeeded in drawing those who are up for adventure. Unsurprisingly, therefore, Footgolf in Wales is big news.
There are no two Footgolf courses alike in Wales. This is because Wales itself is a country of contrasts. You can just as easily be playing Footgolf in Wales near the surf-battered coast, as you could be nestled quietly alongside a tumbling river. The natural landscape lends itself to some interesting obstacles and challenges, and the game culture here is immensely friendly.
Where to play Footgolf in Wales?
Wales offers variety to the Footgolfer. You’ll find courses jostled in to towns, and indeed around Cardiff. However, the very best courses are those found within the Welsh great outdoors. By choosing Footgolf courses in Wales which are in more rural locations, you can enjoy a challenging game whilst marvelling at the landscape.
Our Recommended Courses
Silver Birch Footgolf course is set over 1,634 yards and is diverse and challenging. Visitors reviewing this club give it consistently high scores, and a game of Footgolf here will be thoroughly enjoyed. Open to Footgolfers in the afternoons from 1pm, seven days per week, this is an easily accessible course.
Dyffryn Clwyd Footgolf is located in Ruthin, Denbighshire and is a course that is open daily. The course is 847 yards, par 34 and can be played over 9 or 18 holes. This is a wonderful family friendly course. Other facilities available include a licensed snack bar, children’s play area and a family walk. There are toilets and changing facilities with disabled access if required.
Storws Wen Footgolf is situated in Anglesey. This fabulous course has options to play both 9 or 18 holes. The shorter course is 1,295 yards, whilst the longer option is 2,590 yards, and there is plenty of scope for variety and challenge across both.
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