Click to watch aerial view of 18th hole taken by quadcopter
JUNIOR EVENINGS START WEDS 14TH JUNE AT 4.30 PM
WELSHPOOL G.C. AM-AM SUNDAY 2ND JULY
Welshpool Golf Club Mission Statement
“TO BE THE GOLF CLUB OF CHOICE IN MID WALES BY PROVIDING FIRST CLASS FACILITIES
First established in 1894 in Deer Park, Powis Castle, Welshpool Golf Club relocated to Red Bank on the outskirts of the town before finally moving to its current location on the Golfa Hill in 1930.
This James Braid designed course is situated just across the border from England into Mid Wales on the A458, 3 miles outside of Welshpool. The 18 holes that make up this magnificent course, once played won’t be forgotten in a hurry. The views are simply spectacular, a panoramic vista of miles of welsh hillside and farmland with the mountains of Snowdonia as a backdrop.
The clubhouse offers a guaranteed warm welcome with plenty of room for large societies and home cooked Welsh fare ready for the hungry golfer.
The renowned golfing writer Bernard Darwin OBE sums up Welshpool Golf Club beautifully “The fact is that it is almost as impossible to describe the course as to describe the view; it is so unexpected, so unlike anything else, perched on the roof of the world. It is a beautiful place and I realised how incomplete had been my golfing education until I had seen it “.
For those desiring some variety in their golfing schedules it doesn’t come any more exciting than this.
Junior evenings have just been confirmed as starting from Weds 14th June for 7 weeks . Lessons start at 4.30
Twilight golf now available all week from 2pm onwards. Prices are £12 Monday – Friday, and £15 at weekends.
Entries to our annual AM-AM are now being taken. Please see details and entry form attached. AM-AM 2nd July 2017
SENIORS Roy Childs 2 Day Stableford – 9th & 11th May 9th May Round 1 1 Ray Bowen 21-41 points
We are now welcoming new members for 2017 – membership runs from January to December. 2017 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Category
Check out The Course page and have a look at our fantastic new aerial hole by hole view of the