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Nefyn & District Golf Club,

Lon Golff, Morfa Nefyn, Pwlheli,

Gwynedd, LL53 6DA

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  • What's the background on the club?
  • When a visitor books online which of the two courses are they booking?
  • Is there access to the National Trust Village of Porthdinllaen?
  • Does the Club have an entry fee for membership?
  • Are non-golfers able to use the Clubhouse facilities throughout the week?
  • Nefyn & District Golf Club is a 27 Hole Championship Golf Club and regularly host County, Country and European golfing events.

    The course comprises 3 loops of 9:
    – Front 9
    – Old 9
    – New 9

    Booking / Tee Reservation can be made as follows:
    – On-Line,
    – Email,
    – Telephone, 01758 720 966 ext 5

    Visitors / Societies
    All Visitors & Societies reservation are booked to play on the following course configuration:
    Old Course – The Point, Front 9 followed by the Old 9.

    27 Hole Bookings
    The Tee Sheet is managed as follows for 27 Hole bookings:
    – Front 9
    – Old 9
    – Break
    – New 9

    36 Hole / Day Bookings
    The Tee Sheet is managed as follows for 27 Hole bookings:
    – Front 9
    – Old 9
    – Break
    – Any combination of Front 9, New 9 or Old 9

    Weekday AM Tee Times – Monday to Thursday <1200
    Subject to availability Visitors and Societies can play the Front 9 and New 9.

    Weekend AM Tee Times – Friday to Sunday & Bank Holidays <1200
    Visitors and Societies must play the Front 9 and Old 9/

    Members will play the New Course, Front 9 & New 9.

  • There are 27 holes at Nefyn Golf Club consisting of the Front 9, Old Back 9 (The Point) and New Back 9.

    Visitors booking online and through the Office/Pro Shop will play the Front 9 followed by the Back 9 of the Old, (the Front 9 holes are common to both the Old and New Courses).

    At certain times, visitors may request to play the New Course, consisting of the Front 9 and New 9 around the small coastal estuary.

  • National Trust Village of Porthdinllaen

    Pedestrian access to Porthdinllaen can be gained by either walking on the public footpath over the Golf Course or by walking along the beach.

    There is strictly no public vehicular access to Porthdinllaen, RNLI Station or the Ty Coch Inn.

    Pedestrian access only.

    Please do not ask.

    Disabled Access

    Disabled access can be gained via the kissing gate located to the right of the golf club main gate. The kissing gate is secured by a RADAR Key.

    The RADAR Key for each and every kissing gate in the UK is standard and the same.

    A RADAR Key can be obtained from your local council on completion of the required paperwork. See your local council website for details.


    It is NOT the Golf Clubs responsibility to arrange access to any of the following:

    – National Trust Village of Porthdinllaen 01758 760 533

    – Ty Coch Inn 01758 720 498

    – RNLI Station 01758 721 392

    Illegal Entry / Exit

    A levy will be raised on each and every person illegally gaining entry to and or requiring exit from the Golf Course.

  • Yes, there is a £10 membership fee per person joining apart from Juniors.

  • Non-golfers are welcome to use the facilities of the Clubhouse, including the bar and restaurant, throughout the year. At certain times of the year, however, in particular the first two weeks of August, the Clubhouse is busy with members playing competitions. Visitors are requested to adopt the Club’s smart casual dress code (includes smart jeans but not beachwear). Visitors wishing to use the Dining facilities for a more formal function are advised to book via the Club’s Bar & Catering Manager on 01758 720 966 option 3.