Reasons to Visit Royal St. David’s Golf Club

  • The course opened in 1894 and was granted Royal status in 1908

  • Has hosted The European Open & The Open Championship Regional Qualifying

  • The course measures 6600 yards from the back tees but is known as the worlds toughest par 69

Situated in the spectacular Harlech area in North West Wales, the championship course at Royal St David’s reflects the majestic character of the local land, and its quality is highlighted not only by the prestigious international amateur and professional events that have been hosted by the club, but also by the fact that this is actually the second highest ranked golf course in Wales, topped only by the amazing Royal Porthcawl in the South.

Lovers of links golf visiting North Wales simply can’t afford to miss out on a game at Royal St David’s, which sits under the watch of Harlech Castle, with only a giant series of sand dunes separating this Royal course from the sweeping bay of Tremadog.