Watch flyovers of the amazing course at Holywell

Golf as it should be played

Hole by Hole

Holes 1 - 6

This guide offers some advice complete with pictures to help you plot your way around our course. We hope you enjoy the "Holywell Experience", if there is anything that can be done to improve it then do not hesitate to contact one of the staff.
The course lies on a plateau 800 feet above sea level in a position renowned for its invigorating fresh air.
Holywell, founded in 1906, has often been to referred to as a 'seaside links' course in land, due to its very natural contours mainly found on those type of courses.

Holes 7 - 12

You now leave 'the field' with its parkland feel to hole 7 ranked Index 1 and back out on to the moorland.
The Clwydian Range comes back into view with magnificent views across to Moel Fammau, and you may also encounter our local residents, the sheep!
Nothing to worry about, they are not aggressive and may well continue about their daily business of eating, whilst you walk calmly past.

Holes 13 - 18

Across the dividing road and into an area of the course that is exceptional well drained due to it's limestone base.
Into the home stretch and on to our signature hole 15 - the Quarry, not for the faint hearted!
Take a while to admire the historic structures of the two limekilns, dating back to more than a hundred years.

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Course Status
Currently closed
30.11.2023 09:50
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Closed due to hard frost - next inspection 8am Friday 1st December
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