The Gower has an embarrassment of riches when it comes to golf courses many with wonderful views of the coastline. A week isn’t long enough to play all the courses in the area.
Clyne Golf Course
Another course with commanding views over Swansea Bay and Mumbles head and to the North the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains. This 18 hole championship course was designed by the classic course architect, Harry Colt in the 1920s. There are great views of some of the tees from the panoramic windows of the restaurant and bar in the clubhouse.Read More
Earlswood Golf Course
Located in Jersey Marine, at the foothills of the Neath Valley, Earlswood offers spectacular views over Swansea Bay and beyond. Suitable for experienced golfers with varied and interesting holes, as well as novices with easier routes, this course is suitable for all abilities.Read More
Fairwood Park Golf Club
This 'Championship' golf course can be found at the heart of the Gower Pennisula. This 18 hole course is set in undulating parkland within 150 acres of majestic terrain.
Gower Golf Club
The club has reason to be proud of its 18 hole golf course in North Gower with its stunning views over the Loughor Estuary. It was designed by the renowned course architect Donald Steel, and is set in the beautiful rolling countryside of the pennisula. The Beacons restaurant may tempt you away from the course with it’s menu of local produce all freshly prepared.Read More
Langland Bay Golf Club
Langland Bay Golf Club. This 18 hole links course lies between the beautiful bays of Langland and Caswell, with wonderful views of both. Standard Scratch Score rates Langland Bay at 70, but the elements can add to the challenge not to mention the distraction of the views. The club welcomes visitors and has a friendly clubhouse for meals and drinks, or you can stroll down to the beachside cafes on Caswell and Langland or to the Langland Brasserie.Read More
Pennard Golf Club
Voted 55th out of the top 100 UK Golf Courses in the UK, is a course which should not be missed by golfers visiting the Gower. This 6,267 yard, par 71 course is 200 feet above sea level with wonderful views over Three Cliffs Bay and the ruins of Pennard Castle.Read More
Swansea Bay Golf Club
This may be the oldest golf club in the Swansea Bay area but it does not disappoint. Situated in the picturesque Neath Abbey, this course offers stunning views while still being accessible to nearby Swansea. The course has many unique characteristics which will offer you fun and variety.Read More