Clyne Golf Club

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I wasn’t expecting much for the £8 (Golf Now) required to play this course but I was in for a pleasant surprise. Horses and sheep had to be shooed off the first tee - they are all over the course but weren’t a problem, just adds character. The 360 degree views of the Gower, the Mumbles and Swansea are fantastic. For February and after a morning downpour the course was in great condition. Electric fences around the green are no problem. The layout is good and not too tight. I would recommend this course at twice the price. (I didn’t use clubhouse so haven’t scored that).

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Course was only ok. Fairways are undulating with little or no flat areas to play from with ball above or below your feet for most shots. The greens were in reasonable condition but had not been prepared for play with lots of surface water. It’s a difficult walking course particularly in damp conditions

He would not play this course again.

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A lovely old heath-land course with superb views across Swansea Bay. The course was in excellent condition, the members and staff very friendly and welcoming and the clubhouse was really nice. Well worth a visit; we'll be back.

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The Club has all the usual facilities expected for a club of its reputation. The chipping and practice net area is somewhat cramped and unattractive. The club shop seemed well stocked and the professional was welcoming. There was no opportunity to join with another player so I went round on my own in just over 3 hours with a push trolley. I found the course challenging but not specially difficult. As there are a few animals(ponies and sheep) on the course the greens have a protective fence system. The course is quite hilly and in places the fairways(first 9 mainly) need attention. There was evidence that the ground doesn't take wet weather too well but on the day the greens played well. The bunkers were generally playable but on the wet side.
I had an enjoyable lunch in the excellent clubhouse where the bar steward was pleasant.

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One of the most unusual courses I've probably ever played. Electrified fences surround the greens to keep off the wondering wildlife (sheep, horses etc.)
The greens however were in perfect condition.
Breathtaking views across the Swansea Bay area, I think we were lucky that it was a lovely day. A rainy day may present a different experience

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