Reasons to Visit Clyne Golf Club

  • Featured in the 'Top 100 Courses in Wales' & voted 'Welsh Golf Club of the Year' in 2019

  • Designed by the famous course architect Harry Colt

  • Stunning views over Swansea Bay, with the course sitting four hundred feet above sea level

Clyne Golf Club lies at the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsula in West Glamorgan, just West of Swansea, and is home to an outstanding course that is a firm favourite with golfers visiting South Wales.

Voted 'Welsh Golf Club of the Year' in 2019 and ranked in the Top 30 golf courses in Wales by Top 100 Golf Courses, Clyne Golf Club provides a good test for golfers of all abilities.

Clyne is a showpiece for the man often described as the founder of golf course architecture in the British Isles, the esteemed Harry Colt. Originally opened in1921 the course has retained much of Colt's trademark features, natural hazards, pot bunkers that are often hidden from view with gorse and bracken lining the undulating fairways.

Include a visit to Clyne Golf Club as part of a South coast tour of Wales taking in the likes of Pennard Golf Club, Langland Bay Golf Club and Gower Golf Club along the way.