Croeso/Welcome to Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club

Set in a spectacular location on the sweep of Cardigan Bay Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club was established in 1885 and has a strong claim to be the oldest course in Wales. This traditional links course which was redesigned by Harry S Colt in 1945 provides a great test of golf all year round as one would expect of a Golf Union of Wales championship venue.

The golf course is maintained to a very high standard for members, visitors and societies. A round of golf at Borth and Ynyslas is a truly memorable experience and many visitors consider the course unique among the other fine links courses in Wales.

A significant part of the course is within the Dyfi National Nature Reserve.  The course is carefully managed in discussion with environment agencies providing golfers with the opportunity of experiencing  some of the flora and fauna of this unique habitat. In the summer, the sand dunes are transformed into a colourful carpet of wild flowers  and are especially renowned for their rare orchids.Flora and fauna

Several of the holes by the sea offer spectacular views of a submerged forest, the remains of tree trunks which appear at low tide,              from the days when the shingle ridge was further out to sea. The stumps of the oak, pine, birch, willow and hazel trees have been      stripped back further by the high tides and crashing waves that have hit the region in the past few years.  

The trees, which are thought to date from around 1500BC, have been preserved by the acid conditions in the peat of the land and           have become the stuff of legends, folklore and songs.      Petrified forest            

 After playing, golfers can sit back and relax in the spacious modern clubhouse where full bar and catering facilities are available. To sample links golf at its finest, ensure that Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club is on your schedule.


Latest News

  • A Day for John

    The FUGS and members from Arklow Golf Club in Ireland joined Borth and Ynyslas members in a charity golf day in honour of past Captain John Murphy. More than £1850

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  • Borth Qualify for Super Six Finals

    Congratulations to our Men’s Scratch Team who qualified for the Dyfed Golfing Union Super Six Finals along with Tenby Golf Club, Cardigan and Ashburnam. The qualifying competition was played in

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  • Club Championship

    Rob Clarke is the new Club Champion and winner of the Willis Cup. Played in very challenging windy conditions Rob posted an aggregate score of 155 over the two rounds.

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  • Uppingham visit to Borth

    Borth v Old Uppinghamians The biennial match between Borth and the  Old Uppinghamians Golf Society (OUGS)  is a highlight of the Borth golfing year.                  CLICK THIS LINK TO READ THE FULL REPORT Match v OUGS

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  • Dyfed League Success

    In its second match in the Dyfed league and the first match at home Borth and Ynyslas beat Cwmrhydneuadd. In beautiful sunny Bank Holiday weather the Borth team won by

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  • British Golf Collectors Society visit Borth

    On the 12th April more than 40 members of the  British Golf Collectors Society played the course in beautiful spring conditions.  Four officials from Borth and Ynyslas were invited to join them  and enjoyed the challenge of playing with hickory clubs.  The best gross (76) was scored by one of the Swedish members of the Society  while the Borth mens captain (Athole Marshall) had the best stableford score of 40 points.            

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  • Central Wales Boys Championship

    The Central Wales Boys Championship got underway Saturday 13th April on a bright, dry but very cold day. Sunday brought more wind and even colder conditions more reminiscent of Winter

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Course Conditions

Today's course conditions

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