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Monmouth Golf Club - Gwent, United Kingdom

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Monmouth Golf Club, Monmouth, Gwent, NP25 3SN, United Kingdom

01600 712212
Length: 5700yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 69

About the Golf Club

This is one of those golf courses that is both pleasing on the eye and an absolute delight to play, regardless of your capabilities as a golfer.

There is so much to contend with during your round; cleverly designed doglegs, the odd water hazard here and there, sand traps when you least expect it and hard-to-hit elevated greens.

It is probably one of the best value-for-money layouts in the region.

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Posted on Unknown Date
by Anonymous

It is not a long course by any stretch of the imagination, but the ups and downs certainly make it feel a lot longer by the end of the round. There is hardly a level stance to be found on the course and the members have always claimed that is an advantage to have one leg shorter than the other to play here. The course is a mixture of shorter relatively straightforward holes intermingled with some real horrors. As always, the course was in tip-top condition, but the climbs a little steeper than I remembered. After a couple of years playing windy links courses in the north of Scotland, I was quite relishing having a go at a relatively short parkland course that I knew well, what a fool. The course definitely had the last word here!

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