The Anglesey Golf Club
|Red (W)||70||5158 yards|
|White M: 65.7/113||199||372||377||362||378||170||485||380||412||3135||398||385||371||196||402||418||166||490||369||3195||6330|
|Yellow M: 64.2/109||192||360||335||346||350||142||438||343||380||2886||363||372||337||147||385||365||158||432||375||2934||5820|
|Red W: 62.1/105||166||332||300||266||295||136||388||318||370||2571||346||283||308||158||356||297||147||366||326||2587||5158|
The sheep farm.
Fairly featureless farmland with lots of sheep wandering around the course depositing their poop everywhere and not raking the bunkers! It's an okay course for a casual golfer on holiday, I suppose.
An excellent challenging links type course. Although very wet the course was still playable.
The breeze coming off the sea added to the experience.
Many long par 4s make for a chance to test the driver.
Staff very friendly and accommodating. Food well above average.
This is the course where Dr Frank Stableford first thought about his scoring system.
North Wales golf
Played Anglesey Golf Club 5 or 6 times now and always enjoyed it. Rather quirky with sheep grazing on the course but classic links turf and excellent greens. Not overly long and very playable for any standard of golfer. Would recommend it to any golfer visiting North Wales.
We received a friendly welcome at the Anglesey Golf Club where I have played several times before. The weather was fine and it was a particular pleasure not to have any aircraft flying over compared with previous visits. This is only temporary due to runway improvements not completed yet. The course has always been very natural links land but rabbits are an obvious problem and preferred lies were advisable. It was not easy to see the best line from the tees as fairway/rough definition is poor.
Very good links type course. Challenging pin positions on well looked after greens.
Staff friendly. Catering excellent.