The only full sized pitch and putt golf course in North Wales
The Great Orme Family Golf course is a 9 Hole par 3 Pitch & Putt course situated on the lower slopes of the Great Orme in the seaside resort of Llandudno.
There has been a 9 Hole Pitch & Putt course in the upper part of Haulfre Gardens for many years and it has always been a popular attraction in Llandudno for visitors and residents alike.
Set on the lower slopes of the Great Orme the course gives you not only the opportunity to play an excellent round of golf but also to take in the magnificent views over Llandudno and north Wales.
The course has nine holes with varying levels of difficulty in an attractive, peaceful setting. The full size greens are a bonus for those wanting to hone their putting talents. You don't need to bring your own clubs as hire is included in the price. Of course, if you'd rather bring along a favourite putter you're very welcome to do so.
A round of golf and a breath of fresh air only a few minutes walk from central Llandudno.
Call us at 07990 517020
How much does it cost?
All tickets are valid for the whole day and include club hire
1 Adult £5.00
2 Adults £9.00
3 Adults £12.00
4 Adults £15.00
See the golf course
The Course is open daily from April through to the end of October (weather permitting) from 10am to 7pm. If the weather is a bit uncertain please give the course owner Mike a ring on 07990 517020 to make sure the course is open.
Fancy an evening round of golf?
If you are thinking about playing in the evening give Mike a ring on 07990 517020 and we will happily stay open as late as you wish.
What is pitch & putt?
Pitch & Putt is a simplified version of the traditional golf game ideal for families or learners as well as more experienced golfers. The course is 9 holes long but because the holes are shorter than on a traditional golf course generally only two clubs are used - an Iron to 'pitch' the ball from the Tee onto the Green and a Putter to then 'putt' the ball into the hole.
It's not unknown for us here in North Wales to have the odd spot of bad weather. In recognition of this, if your game is stopped because of the weather please ask for a voucher to play again at a future date free of charge.
Players that visit the course on a regular basis may be interested to learn that they can purchase an Annual Membership for just £30 per person that allows them to play as often as they like whenever the course is open during the season. Please note that the course closes from November-March.
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How to find the course
There are several ways to access the course on foot. In fact one of the main access paths onto the Great Orme passes alongside the course. The quickest way from town is to walk up into Haulfre Gardens and take the path that starts to the right of the Public Toilets, heading upwards through the woodland section of the gardens. Keep heading right until you come to a wooden gate, pass through it and you will see the course to your left. Take the path that runs alongside the right of the course and you will come to the pay hut.
SatNav Postcode is LL30 2QF. From central Llandudno, take Ty Gwyn Road (next to Empire Hotel) up the Great Orme. At the traffic lights go across into Llwynon Road (not up by the Tram tracks) and carry on for about 500 metres until you see the entrance way to the course on your left. Parking is available along Llwynon Road but please do not block access to residents houses.
The Number 19 service runs right past the golf course entrance on Llwynon Road every hour and there is a Bus Stop just outside. Get on the bus at Stop B in the town centre in Gloddaeth Street. Full timetable for the service can be found here - Arrivabus
The Great Orme Tramway provides a unique way to reach the course. From the lower Victoria Station in Church Walks purchase a ticket to the Halfway Station and from there it is just a couple of minutes walk down to the course on Llwynon Road. As you cross the cattle grid and walk back down the steepest part of the road you'll see the golf course situated behind the houses in front of you. More information about the Tramway can be found here - Great Orme Tramway