an eighteen-hole championship course
a pleasing blend of parkland and links
stunning panoramic views of north wales
and superb club facilities
A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at Maesdu Golf Club. We are a premiere course situated just outside the beautiful Victorian seaside town Llandudno, with easy links to the A55 expressway. Maesdu offers 18 gently undulating holes which combine a pleasant mix of parkland and link golf, with breath-taking panoramic views across the curving Conwy Bay, from the Great Orme Head to the dramatic mountains of the Snowdonia National Park. Our 100 year old course offers a true test to golfers of all standards. Designers Tom Jones and James Braid would have little difficulty in recognising their creation. There is still plenty of gorse, with sand bunkers and water features cunningly positioned to make golfers of all abilities think carefully about their strategy. Maesdu prides itself on its immaculate fairways and challenging greens which are varied and contouring to keep all golfers thinking. Hospitality is second to none at Maesdu. Our newly refurbished lounge and James Braid Restaurant offers a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere with views over the course. Excellent catering services providing locally sourced and homemade food. Free WIFI is available. New for 2015 is a modern, fully licensed Sports Bar, showing Sky Sports and BT Sports, ideal for golfer who want to enjoy a drink after their round.
Great Britain and Ireland win the PGA Cup 2015 Jon Bevan, who captained the winning Great Britain and Ireland team, worked at Maesdu in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s. His team have etched their names into the history books by winning the “Llandudno Trophy” in Cordevalle, California. They defeated the United States for the first time ever on American soil by 13.5 points to 12.5 points. The outcome of this biennial competition for club Professionals could not have been any closer. It was decided by the final putt on the final hole in the final match!
The Llandudno Trophy was first played for in 1938 at Maesdu Golf Club between professional golfers representing Wales, England, Scotland and Ireland. After the Second World War Peter Alliss presented the cup to the Professional Golfers Association. Since 1975 it has been become the premier international competition for club Professionals representing Great Britain and Ireland, and the USA. It is Maesdu’s Centenary year and winning the trophy, with a local lad in the team, has added to our celebrations.
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