Cradoc Golf Club overlooks the outstanding and unspoiled natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park and means that this superb Welsh Golf Club has a stunning backdrop that few golf clubs in Wales can emulate. But the real beauty of what is one of Wales’ premier golf club’s, is not just the sumptuous scenery, but a magnificent 18 hole parkland golf course that was recognised as one of the finest in the Wales when it was named Wales’ Golf Club of the Year in 2005.
Founded in 1967, just a couple of miles from the bustling historic market town of Brecon, this is one of Wales’ Golf Club’s that certainly isn’t remote. Indeed it is hard to think of anywhere so far from the madding crowd but so accessible from the main population centres of both Wales and Southern England. Just a 45 minute drive takes you to Celtic Manor, the home of the 2010 Ryder Cup, and the club is also very easily accessible to golfers from South Wales, the Midlands, and South West England.
Cradoc Golf Club has a modern clubhouse with a comfortable lounge area and 70 cover restaurant offering freshly cooked food and welcomes all visitors and societies, and those looking for membership. Visiting golfers are offered good rates and the club has competitive packages for society events.
During the last year Cradoc has hosted two major Golf Union of Wales championships and is the permanent home of the prestigious MolsonCoors Welsh “Champion of Champions” tournament and the Club is proud to note that a number of the winners have gone on to become successful tour professionals.
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