Maesdu Golf Club

Maesdu Golf Club

Maesdu Golf Club is rated 5 out of 5 based on 1 verified review from YGT customers.

Maesdu is often termed more simply as Llandudno Golf Club, and is a welcoming club located on the outskirts of north Wales’ most popular holiday town. Founded in 1915, Maesdu has a rich heritage – in fact, this was once one of Britain’s most established tournament venues.

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Maesdu Golf Club

Famous names like Henry Cotton and Peter Alliss have graced the course, whose 6,500 yard layout is a decent test. In addition to the lovely layout, Maesdu offers its visitors the chance to enjoy amazing panoramic views taking in Conwy Bay, the Great Orme, the Isle of Anglesey, Puffin Island and the Snowdonia mountains.

The severe slopes on the greens makes putting crucial to success on the scoring front, but even if your touch deserts you, Maesdu is sure to provide an extremely pleasurable round as part of a golf tour around Llandudno.


  • Pro Shop
  • Putting Greens
  • Club House
  • Championship Standard Course

Golfer reviews

Thanks for booking our North Wales Golf Tour the Vale of Llangollen is a great course, extremely picturesque and a real hidden gem. Maesdu was an interesting challenge in the breeze. Prestatyn was a proper links test with fast running fairways and lots of bump and runs to negotiate during the course of the round. The closing hole is a par five running back towards the clubhouse, trying to avoid the bunkers off the tee golfers are then left with a second shot towards the green which isn’t easy with drop offs waiting for your approach if it isn’t on the perfect line.

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