Despite it’s size, Anglesey is home to some of the best golf courses and clubs North Wales has to offer.

If you’re in the mood to spend an afternoon driving on the range, take a look at some of our top choices to tee off.

Anglesey Golf Club

Featuring a traditional 18 hole links course, Anglesey Golf Club has been a well renowned part of the North Wales golfing scene for over a century.

Situated in the popular tourist town of Rhosneigr, the golf club offers visitor bookings for non members.

Throughout the year Anglesey Golf Club runs a variety of opens, including the popular Royal Marines Charity Day on the 24th July.

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Holyhead Golf Club

A Holyhead institution since 1912, this golf club offers a challenging 18 hole course.

The club is open to visitor bookings throughout the year, as well as benefiting from a bar serving tasty light bites and refreshments.

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Bull Bay Golf Club

With such stunning views, it would be easy to get distracted and miss your swing at Bull Bay. This historic 18 hole golf club has been part of the Anglesey golfing scene since 1913. The club house features a bar and restaurant, ideal for light bites and sandwiches.

Bull Bay also offers visitor bookings for non members.

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Henllys Golf Club

Fancy teeing off with some unbeatable views?

This 18 hole golf course is perfectly positioned overlooking the Menai Strait.

You can easily spot the Snowdonia mountain range on a clear day.

Positioned just outside Beaumaris, Henllys Golf Club also welcomes visitors.

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