Radyr Golf Club, a Harry S Colt golf course, is situated on the outskirts of Cardiff.
The parkland course is noted not only for its challenge, but for or the fabulous views of Cardiff City, The Vale and The Bristol Channel.
Wales’ first ever Professional event was held at Radyr back in 1904 and the course has been highly regarded ever since with many County and National Championships being held here on a consistent basis.
The course measures 6109 yards, par 70(SSS 70) for men and 5510 yards, par 73 (SSS 73) for ladies and is renowned for excellent putting surfaces and course presentation. Radyr also leads the way for young junior golfers and has two categories of junior tees for beginners, which shortens the course and encourages their development.
Selected by Golf World as one of their Top 20 courses in Wales, the Club hosted the 2015 Welsh National PGA Championship.
Radyr Course: Course closed.