Cradoc Golf Club is situated alongside the spectacularly beautiful scenery of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Just 2 miles outside the historic market town of Brecon, the Club is easily accessible from the Midlands, S.W. England, South and West Wales, to view a map click here.
Founded in 1967 Cradoc is an 18 hole parkland course, 6188 yards long off the back tees with a par 71 and is the permanent home to the prestigious Coors Welsh Tournament of Champions. In 2003 Cradoc was chosen to host the P.G.A. Mid-Wales Open. In addition to providing a very enjoyable test of golf, Cradoc also offers excellent practice facilities including a 10 bay floodlit covered driving range plus a double teaching bay, and an adjacent two acre chipping and bunker practice area.
The modern and recently refurbished Clubhouse provides well appointed changing and shower facilities. There is a comfortable lounge area with a well stocked bar and a seventy seat restaurant offering an extensive menu. Special dietary requirements can be catered for by prior arrangement.
Cradoc offers a warm and friendly welcome to all visitors and societies.