Glamorganshire Golf Course

Glamorganshire Golf Club, situated on the outskirts of Cardiff is the second oldest golf club in South Wales. Although being near the sea, the Glamorganshire is not a links, but an 18-hole parkland course on undulating ground.

The Club is steeped in history and tradition - it was at the Glamorganshire that the Stableford scoring system was experimented by its creator, Dr. Frank Stableford in September 1898.

These days The Glamorganshire is renowned as being an exceptionally well presented course and will be enjoyed by golfers whether they be category 1, 2, 3 or 4!

Founded in: 1890
Course Type: Parkland
Yards: 6184
Par: 70
SSS: 70
Location: Cardiff