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Located about eight miles from Swansea in south Wales, Pennard Golf Club is one of the more unique golf links in Britain. Set about 200 feet above the sea on the Gower Peninsula, the golf course is nicknamed "The Links in the Sky" -- and with good reason. Brandon Tucker shows us why with this photo gallery.
It's been designed and redesigned several times over the past century, but Southerndown Golf Club remains relevant today. The golf course poses problems with its approach shots that encounter deep bunkers. Set on common ground, it serves as home to sheep that roam free and graze on rough, adding to the unique experience off the southern coast of Wales.
The Celtic Manor Resort's three golf courses, including its newest, the 2010 Ryder Cup host Twenty Ten Course, are stages for the world's top pros every year. But the recreational, vacationing golfer will likely enjoy the new Montgomerie Course more than the Twenty Ten, which was designed with the Ryder Cup Matches in mind more than the mid-handicapper.
Prior to the British Open at Royal Birkdale, The GolfChannel.com crew took their own links golf tour in nearby North Wales, where they played such historic gems as Aberdovey and Nefyn & District.
Aberdovey Golf Club, one of the oldest courses in Wales, may lack the signature, "Kodak moment" holes of, say, Nefyn & District or Pennard. But Aberdovey's sum is greater than its individual holes, and it will hold a special place in your golfing heart, Brandon Tucker writes.
The best thing about Wales' Conwy Golf Club is its fairness and beauty. Mercer Baggs reviews this Welsh medal links.
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