Rhyl Golf Club is North Wales’ Oldest Golf Club and a Founder Member of the Golf Union of Wales.
From an idea born on St. David’s Day in 1890 as an attraction for gentleman living in towns such as Liverpool & Chester the club has thrived through the decades to become one of the friendliest places to play golf and has some of the proudest members you will find anywhere in the country.
Our long standing reputation has outlasted not one, but two wars and the club is one of the most innovative venues in Wales for golf, even as we build towards our 125th year anniversary in 2015.
Tradition and innovation balance perfectly at Rhyl Golf Club, and although membership is now slightly more expensive than the original one guinea annual subscription the club is still renowned as one of the most affordable golf clubs around, offering superb value for money and options to suit players of all ages and ability.
Rhyl Golf Club’s course is a 9 hole (18 tee) challenging links with large fairways but tight, well guarded greens which will challenge golfers of all standards.
The par 71 course (off the white tees) provides a test for any golfer, especially when the northerly and westerly winds blow.
The greens are firm and fast, the course is open throughout the year and even in winter – playing conditions are particularly good.
We never need to use temporaries because of the excellent condition and the fairways make preferred lies unnecessary other than in the wettest years.
Come and experience one of North Wales’ friendliest club for only £12 for 18 holes!