Ashburnham is one of the finest and oldest golf courses in Wales, founded in 1894. J.H. Taylor, Fred Hawtree and Ken Cotton, (a member of Ashburnham) have all contributed to the design of the course, resulting in a classic out and back links course, rolling gently through the dunes. Located close to the Burry estuary, views over the Gower peninsular, Worm's Head and Carmarthen Bay make this a beautiful place to play golf.
A number of important events have been hosted here, including the PGA Championship. Bernard Gallacher picked up his first pay cheque at Ashburnham, when he won the 1969 Schweppes PGA Championship. Sam Torrance and Dai Rees were also victorious here. Home to the annual Carmarthen Open, this is the way links golf has always been. After a game, be sure to soak in the tradition in the clubhouse. You'll see a few famous names on the boards, as well as photographs on the walls. Sitting up on the balcony in the lounge, watching the sun go down over the dunes will put the perfect finish to a wonderful day of golf.
Restrictions: Offers not available Saturday before 13:30pm. Please telephone in advance to make a booking. All tee times are subject to availability.
Cliffe Terrace, SA16 0HN 51.6830516 -4.2613005
Members get 25% off total green fees at Ashburnham Golf Club with Open Fairways. 2 ball saving £27.50 every time you play!