Come for the golf, stay for the welcome!
Amazing views over the Gwendraeth Valley, beautiful wooded surroundings and one of the best layouts in South Wales, courtesy of Dr Martin Hawtree. Couple that with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and the warmest welcome anywhere and Glyn Abbey needs to be top of your list for enjoyable golf. We are conveniently located immediately opposite the newly opened Ffos Las Racecourse.
More than just a Golf Club
In addition to the Championship Abbey Course, we have the Mission Course, a 9 hole par 3 beginners' course - something for all the family!
Starting golf? We are the complete starter centre, with guaranteed availability of coaches 7 days a week, structured group lessons for inexpensive and fun ways to learn and of course the facilities to back it all up - great practice facilities, indoor net and putting area, great driving range, 9 hole starter course to move onto (with it's own membership very inexpensively priced), a superbly equipped gymnasium and finally a great golf course of championship standard!
Chef Carol offers a Sunday carvery in our 60 seat Capers Restaurant, where she also offers a full menu of home cooked specialities. Fancy something lighter? Lunches and snacks may be taken in our panoramic upstairs Abbey's Lounge, as well as afternoon teas or drinks at any time. Abbey's Lounge has a huge walk out balcony and stunning views over the Course and the Gwendraeth Valley.
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Don't just take our word for it, see what others say about us!
"On behalf of all the ladies from Cilgwyn Golf Club I would like to thank you and your team for a really great day out on Thursday July 28th. The welcome you and your team gave us was second to none. The golf course, which we had not played previously, was beautifully prepared giving us a challenging but thoroughly enjoyable round of golf. The food was excellent and we felt the package offered was exceptionally good value for money." Anne Hubbard.
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