Clyne Golf Course

Clyne Golf Club lies at the entrance to the beautiful Gower Peninsular, commanding wonderful views in all directions.

The course is laid out on the high ground of Clyne Common about three to four hundred feet above sea level. The turf is of the moorland type, although gradually changing in character over the years as a result of fertilisation. There are, owing to the undulating ground, many natural hazards, apart from the large number of bunkers. There is also gorse and bracken in profusion, with some strategically planted trees.

The course is featured in Peter Alliss's book "The 200 Best Golf Courses in the British Isles". Interestingly, Peter Alliss's father, Percy, was Clyne's first professional from 1920 to 1926.

Founded in: 1920
Course Type: Moorland
Yards: 6323
Par: 70
SSS: 71
Location: West Wales