Discover the hidden gem of Wales at Clyne Golf Club, a remarkable moorland treasure offering unbeatable views of Swansea Bay. Whether you’re touring the Gower Peninsula or staying in Swansea, Clyne stands out as a must-visit, promising a unique and unforgettable golfing journey for players of all calibers.
Clyne, designed by the legendary Harry Colt, celebrated a century of golfing excellence in 2021. It is renowned for its challenging and enjoyable layout, welcoming golfers of varying handicaps to its all-year-round grass tees and championship-quality greens. Listed among Peter Alliss’s 200 Best Golf Courses in the British Isles and ranked among the Top 30 Courses in Wales by both Golf World and Top 100 Golf Courses, Clyne has earned its esteemed reputation in the golfing world, even being named ‘Golf Club of the Year’ in 2019 by Wales Golf.
Clyne’s commitment to the sport is evident in its history of hosting prestigious championships and its role in promoting golf at various levels. The club’s standout feature, however, is its breathtaking 360-degree panoramic vistas, encompassing views from Swansea to the Black Mountains, adding a serene and beautiful dimension to the golfing experience.
For visitors wishing to extend their stay, Clyne offers 4-star B&B accommodation at Somerfield Lodge, located adjacent to the clubhouse and boasting a consistent TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence since its opening in 2013.
At Clyne, every guest is embraced with warm hospitality and treated as a member for the day, reflecting the club’s dedication to providing exceptional service and memorable experiences. The well-equipped clubhouse, practice areas, and dining facilities ensure relaxation and enjoyment off the course as well.
Clyne’s dedication to golf tourism and its role as a founding member of Golf Tourism Wales guarantee an outstanding golfing experience, enhancing its appeal as a premier golfing destination in Wales. Whether you are a seasoned golfer or a casual player, Clyne Golf Club welcomes you to experience the beauty, challenges, and warm Welsh hospitality it uniquely offers.
- Visitors welcome 7 days a week
- After 1pm on Saturdays subject to the club compeition diary
- Monday, Wednesday & Friday are preferred for society golf after 10am