North Wales is home to some of the most beautiful and picturesque Golf Courses in Great Britain.
Holywell Golf Club
Holywell Golf Club is located 5 minutes from the Springfield Hotel by car and has an 18 hole course which offers a very challenging test to all levels of golfer, with no 2 holes alike. The course lies 800 feet above sea level and enjoys breathtaking views over to the Clywdian Hills, and on a clear day, Mount Snowdon is visible, some 40 miles distant.
Golf Packages at Holywell Golf Club
Valid 1st April – 30th September - 5 Players or more
BACON ROLL & COFFEE, 18 HOLES & HOT DISH OF THE DAY
£23 PER PERSON - Monday
£28 PER PERSON - Tuesday-Friday
£33 PER PERSON - Sunday
BACON ROLL & COFFEE, 9 HOLES, SOUP & SANDWICHES,18 HOLES, HOT DISH OF THE DAY
£28 PER PERSON - Monday
£33 PER PERSON - Tuesday-Friday
£38 PER PERSON - Sunday
* One player for every twelve FREE of charge
See the website at www.holywellgc.co.uk for more details.
To book your tee time call 01352 710040 (option 2) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Springfield also recommends the following beautiful North Welsh Golf Courses:
Pennant Park Golf Club
The course was designed and built by its present owners R.D. Jones & sons and was opened in August 1998.
Built in an area of outstanding natural beauty this parkland course offers a challenge to all golfers from beginners to professionals.
Rhuddlan Golf Club
Set in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd, Rhuddlan is a course which offers fine views and a sheltered climate screened by the Clwydian Range.
A gently undulating parkland course of 6291 yards, SSS 70, par 72 (Yellow tees), providing an excellent test of golf and is a regularly chosen venue for County and National Championship Events. In 2011 we are hosting the Welsh Seniors’ Open from June 21st to June 23rd.
Mold Golf Club
The award-winning Mold Golf Club, based in the village of Pantymwyn, Flintshire, offers unrivalled views of the stunning Welsh countryside. The 18 hole uplands course lies in the shadow of Moel Famau in the Clwydian Range – ‘the gateway to rural Wales’ and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.