Win a Luxury Golf Break in North Wales!

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The First Golf North Wales Festival will be taking place from 29 September to 1st October and we’re giving you the chance to win your way onto it!

The Festival includes a two-night Dinner, Bed & Breakfast stay at 4* Llandudno Bay Hotel with a drinks reception and three rounds of golf at Links/Parkland championship courses playing at Conwy; Maesdu or North Wales and Rhuddlan Golf Clubs. All courses are Championship Courses with Conwy hosting the 2020 Curtis Cup.

Discounted fees over festival weekend at other participating clubs are also available, when booked through Golf North Wales.

To be in with a chance of winning two places to the Golf North Wales Festival, just answer the question below.

To find out more call 01492 531731 or visit www.golf-northwales.co.uk

Golf in North Wales

It’s often said that North Wales offers the best value green fees in Europe. What’s the catch? There isn’t one. You’ll sacrifice nothing in quality – North Wales is home to some world-class championship links courses, like Royal St David’s, Conwy and Nefyn & District Golf Club, which has been compared to Pebble Beach in the USA.

So whether you’re coming with family or with your golfing buddies, you can expect a variety of great quality courses and excellent value for money. Golf in North Wales is what the game should be about – challenge and conviviality, achievement and enjoyment, good competition and great fun.

Whatever your standard of golf you’ll find courses to enjoy in North Wales.

North Wales Tourism

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Win a Luxury Golf Break in North Wales!

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