Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
About Great Orme Family Golf
Quite often, people aren't totally sure what Pitch & Putt actually is. Basically, it's a simplified version of the traditional golf game, ideal for families or learners, as well as more experienced golfers. The Course is 9 holes long, but the holes are shorter than on a traditional golf course and generally, only two clubs are used - an Iron to 'pitch' the ball from the Tee onto the Green and a Putter to then 'putt' the ball into the hole.
About The Course
Set on the lower slopes of the Great Orme, the course gives you not only the opportunity to play an excellent round of golf but also to take in the magnificent views over Llandudno. A round of golf and a breath of fresh air, but only 5 minutes walk from central Llandudno.
The course has nine holes, with varying levels of difficulty, in an attractive, peaceful setting. The full size greens are a bonus for those wanting to hone their putting talents.
You don't need to bring your own clubs, hire is included in the price. Of course, if you'd rather bring along a favourite putter, you're very welcome to do so.
How Much Does It Cost?
9 Holes: Adults £4.50, Children £2.50
(The charge includes ful day of golf, hire of the clubs and a scorecard)
Group Discounts - If you can muster 4 players, then you can play for £14 - a saving of £4 on normal prices.
Fancy An Evening Round Of Golf?
Now that the lighter evenings have arrived, we intend to develop the course at the end of the day. We will remain open until close at dusk provided you give us a few hours notice. This is a new idea for this course and, to avoid any possible disappointment, we would suggest that if we have been unable to open during the day because of very bad weather, give us a ring on 07990 517 020 so that we can be there to welcome you in the evening.
Also, its a new idea, so here is a new price. Two adults and all your children, play as long as you like for £10 in the Evening - all of you.
Like what you see at Great Orme Family Golf?