RAF St Athan
RAF St Athan Golf Club provides a testing yet accessible course in picturesque parkland, situated in the most southerly point in Wales.
Opened in 1976, RAF St Athan Golf Club is well established. With its tree-lined fairways, first-rate putting surfaces, and strategically placed bunkers, the course provides a testing golfing challenge whatever your ability. A 9 hole, par 72, 6,200 yard course, it boasts a particularly challenging 590 yard par 5 hole.
As a flat parkland course it is especially appealing to golfers who find difficulty with hillier courses but still want a testing game.
After a hard day’s golf, you can find a warm welcome in the Clubhouse, with its competitively priced bar, all-day menu and high-quality changing facilities.
Set in the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan between Cardiff and Bridgend, this fine course was built on land historically used by the RAF as a Sports complex and hospital. The Club’s green fees are the lowest in the Vale of Glamorgan, and if you play on a weekday they’ll even throw in a bacon roll and coffee!