Day of Golf For Two Plus Food for £21 at Palleg and Swansea Valley Golf Course (Up to 62% Off)
- Challenging and varied par 72, 5902 yard course
- Located next to Brecon Beacons National Park
- Pro shop and club house
- Course access for the day
- Tee off early to enjoy another 18 holes after lunch
- Lunch options include bacon roll or soup and roll
Limit 1 per 2 people. Booking required by phone. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Sun from 8am onwards. Subject to weather conditions. Smart golf attire only. No spikes in the clubhouse. Available tee times depend on daylight. Excludes equipment. Valid for roll up to £2.50; original value based on most expensive options. Original values verified 4 July 2012 at 11.27am.
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The emerald slopes of Swansea Valley and silt inclines of Black Mountain have long made a spectacular backdrop to the challenging par 72 course at Palleg and Swansea Valley Golf Course, nestled cosily at the foot of Brecon Beacons National Park since 1930. A warm and welcoming clubhouse provides a spot of rest and relaxation before or after teeing off, while further needs might be addressed by the onsite pro shop or lessons from the resident PGA golf pro.
A pair of prospective pros can dress the part for a full day's golf and head out onto the 5902 yard course from as early as 8am. The tree lined course demands the complete focus of players of all levels, with some unforgiving rough waiting to gobble up any stray shots. All the action will be fuelled with either a soup with a roll, or a bacon roll.
Palleg Golf Club has attracted a number of encouraging reviews, and golfers are keen to praise the varied nature of the course, welcoming club, house and friendly personnel.
Great course, fantastic reception. Stunning views with no traffic noise just birds and sheep! Well worth a visit.
– Steven James, UK Golf Guide, Jan 2011
A great experience on a very enjoyable 18 hole parkland golf course. A very warm welcome from the pro shop, members and clubhouse, A must play when in south wales. A memorable day.
– Graham Coombe, Rate Your Course, May 2010