Just a note to thank you for the weekend we spent with you at the Commodore. All the staff were really helpful and the food was well cooked and sufficient amounts for hungry walkers and all at a very reasonable price

Regards David & Val Bird

Llandrindod Wells Golf Club

Harry Vardon


Few golf courses have had a champion such as Harry Vardon as their architect. Indeed, Llandrindod Wells golf course was designed not by a winner but by a legend.

Open champion for an unmatched six times and of the US Open once, between 1896 and 1914 he was the leading member of the magical 'Triumvirate' of Vardon, Braid and Taylor who dominated golf in its first age of widening public appeal.

Today he is widely remembered as the greatest advocate (though not inventor) of the Vardon grip and of the Vardon prize awarded by both the European and US professional tours to those with the lowest stroke average over a season.

Llandrindod Wells particularly remembers him as the architect of a delightful upland course that with the railway and the spa made the town a complete late-Victorian and Edwardian polite resort.

In the history of golf Vardon's achievements are best compared to those of Bobby Jones and Jack Nicklaus. Llandrindod Wells may not be Augusta or Muirfield Village, but like them it is a course and a club that matches the peerless character of its creator: elevated, winning and full of charm.

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Llandrindod Wells Golf Course

18 holes, 69 par, 5759 yards. Parkland.

goldllandridnod.jpgLlandrindod Golf Course was designed by six times Open Champion Harry Vardon and altered some years later by James Braid. This is an outstanding par 69 18 hole golf course and measures almost 5800 in length. This is a great looking golf course that has been sculpted out of the natural contours of the land and is always maintained to the highest standards. With the superb views, you can take yourself away from your game for a minute and admire the rolling hills and the wildlife that surrounds you. This golf course is best described as an "upland links with lush upland turf, natural hazards and well guarded greens. Golfers can play links style golf amongst the rolling hills. Although not the longest of golf courses, gofers will still find this a challenge to get round under par as you will be faced with plenty of blind shots and a variety of challenges throughout.

Builth Wells

18 holes, 66 par, 5420 yards. Parkland.

golfbuilth.jpgBuilth Wells Golf Club is a mature parkland golf course founded in 1923. It is set in a wonderful peaceful area in mid Wales and has excellent views throughout. The golf club has played host to many Golf Union of Wales events and has hosted the Ryder Cup Wales 2010 PGA Young Professionals Championships. Each of the 18 holes provides a stern test to all abilities of golfer with plenty of well guarded greens, woodlands and ponds. Builth Wells is a very unique golf course with 12 par 4’s and 6 par 3’s and no par 5’ for men. Those who take on the challenge of this superb golf course are guaranteed to have a memorable round of golf.

Cradoc – Brecon

18 holes, 71 par, 5843 yards. Parkland.

golfbrecon.jpgCradoc Golf Club is a stunning 18-hole parkland golf course set on the northern side of the Usk valley some 2 miles from the charming town of Brecon in Mid Wales. This Welsh golf course, is the epitome of the phrase "golf as it should be" for the relaxed, friendly and unhurried nature of the game, and was designed by C K Cotton in 1967 to take advantage of the rolling Mid Wales hills and the stunningly beautiful views. 

The golf course is noted for its natural surroundings, including mature tree lined fairways and an occasional water hazard, and gives golfers a challenging, yet entertaining, test of their golf. 

As a point of interest, the third hole, a short par 3 green, has been featured in an advertisement on Sky Television. 

Three of the golf holes, the 7th, 8th and 9th, have recently been remodelled to eliminate a strenuous climb, so that the current 6188 yards off the white tees is a pleasant walk and makes the club an ideal venue for golf society days and golf breaks in South Wales.

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