Cradoc Golf Club

The Course

A stunning Welsh golf course you really must tick off your golfing bucket list!!

Cradoc Golf Club was designed and built in the early 1970’s, creating a parkland experience you will never forget, and this renowned Welsh golf course celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2015!

When C K Cotton set out to design the golf course he was blessed by having both acres of superb parkland surrounding the beautiful Penoyre House and stunning views of the Brecon Beacons National Park from its elevated position on the north slope of the Usk valley. Cotton successfully used the undulating landscape of Penoyre Park to create a golf course with well-defined fairways, mature trees and true greens which provide a thought provoking challenge for golfers of all abilities.

There is a truly unhurried feel to this Mid Wales golf course, with none of the hustle and bustle of everyday life or any of the usual road traffic noise, there is a wonderful natural peacefulness here which, coupled with the spectacular countryside and stunning views making playing golf here a memorable experience you will never forget.


The Clubhouse

Cradoc Golf Club has a modern clubhouse that offers members and visitors excellent facilities and superb views over the golf course and the spectacular Brecon Beacons. The clubhouse has a comfortable lounge bar seating up to 50 and offers members and visitors a range of quality beers, ciders and wines.

Through the summer months the bar has a weekly guest ale to supplement its regular offering of Sharps Doombar. A selection of wines are provided by the bottle, carafe and glass. The restaurant can accommodate up to 80.

Our caterers "Vimmerfields" offer members and visitors a comprehensive service that includes: Snacks and light meals at lunchtime and Sunday lunch menus. All meals are made "in house" to the highest quality from, wherever possible, locally sourced ingredients and meats.

Home Of The Welsh “Champion of Champions” Tournament

Welsh Golf Club Of The Year 2005

Hosts and Winners of the Welsh Ladies Team Championship 2009

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