Tenby Play Founded in 1888, the seaside links of Tenby lays claim to being the oldest club in Wales. A few others may dispute this, but there is no arguing with the quality of Tenby’s golf. Don’t take our word for it. Here’s how Golf Monthly magazine described the place: ‘Tenby is a classic, old-fashioned links where blind shots, awkward stances and cruel bounces will characterise any round. The course travels through, and sometimes over, the dunes from elevated tees to plateau greens, past hidden pot bunkers and treacherous rough. This is a course where traditional golfing skills are to the fore an all enthusiasts of links golf will relish the challenge.’ Stay Tenby’s seven onsite dormy rooms offer both convenience and comfort, just feet from the first tee. Each twin room boasts comfortable modern furnishings, flat screen TVs and all the features you’d expect from accommodation graded three star by Visit Wales. During your stay you’ll also have access to all of Tenby’s facilities, including bar, dining and snooker room, plus the club’s new Academy Practice Range and short course development area. What’s the deal? Tenby offers stay and play packages from as little as £59 per person. Head over to Tenby Golf Club’s special offers page for the latest deals. Enjoy this? Share it with friends Related items A Celtic Manor getaway The extraordinary Celtic Manor is a brilliant place for an action-packed getaway. Quirky Welsh golf facts Here are ten golf courses that all have a quirky fact relating to the club. Golf as it should be What makes a great golfing experience? We asked players what ‘golf as it should be’ meant to them. Not your average round Unique Welsh golfing experiences. 2010 Ryder Cup in numbers Discover seven facts about the building and design of the 2010 Ryder Cup at the Celtic Manor Resort. UK Operators UK based golf operators offering Welsh tailor-made golfing arrangements.