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Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club Ltd - Dyfed, United Kingdom

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Borth and Ynyslas Golf Club Ltd, Borth, Dyfed, SY24 5JS, United Kingdom

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01970 871202
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http://www.borthgolf.co.uk/
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secretary@borthgolf.co.uk
Length: 6116yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 70

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'Links golf as it should be played'..... Historic 18 hole championship golf course, just 5 miles from the university town of Aberystwyth in the heart of Cardigan Bay.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

A very old (1885) classic links course going out and back along a narrow strip of land by the sea. The holes at the Borth end are flat and very exposed to the elements; what I thought a strong wind was referred to as a light breeze by the locals. The holes at the Ynyslas end, around the turn, are surrounded by undulating dunes, with some greens such as the 12th quite hidden away. An excellent course if you are looking for the links experience. The greens visually looked a touch threadbare, but the appearance was deceptive and in practice they contained a lot of subtleties and the ball ran very truly across them

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