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Tenby Golf Club, Pembrokeshire
Augusta this is not. Wales’s oldest course, dating from 1888, offers golf at its most natural, with dense gorse, rugged fairways, blind shots and plenty of Welsh sunshine (rain). The high point, scenically and topographically, is the 17th, which offers views back across the dunes to the brightly painted townhouses of Tenby, as well as to Caldey Island. Don’t blaspheme too loudly if you top your shot: Caldey has been a place of Cistercian prayer for 1,000 years and still has a working monastery.
Nearby: The medieval walled town of Tenby, with its harbour and beaches.
Stay: The club’s Dormy House has seven ensuite twin rooms (from £69pp October to March, B&B, including a round).
Green fees: From £25.