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Glamorganshire Golf Club - South Glamorgan, United Kingdom

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Glamorganshire Golf Club, Penarth, South Glamorgan, CF64 5UP, United Kingdom

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029 2070 1185
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http://www.glamorganshiregolfclub.co.uk
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manager@glamorganshiregolfclub.co.uk
Length: 6180yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 70

About the Golf Club

The Glamorganshire Golf Club, situated in the seaside town of Penarth on the outskirts of Cardiff is the second oldest golf club in South Wales.

Although being near the sea, the Glamorganshire is not a links, but an 18-hole parkland course on undulating ground on the edge of what are now Cosmeston Lakes.

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by Anonymous

A very old course dating back to 1890 and famous for being the place where Frank Stableford invented his scoring system. Lots of bunkers, lots of trees all with giant magnets to attract your ball. Although a mature course many of the trees around the top of the course only date back to 20 year old plantations. Quite hilly and quite tricky to navigate around without careful attention to a course planner

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