Enjoy Plassey Golf Course
Over nine holes and 4961 yards, the par 66 Plassey Golf Course is set in beautiful undulating parkland, and was established in 1992. The course has been designed by Keith Williams, coach to the world famous welsh golfer Ian Woosnam, and it is affiliated to both the Denbighshire and Welsh Golfing Unions.
Set in mature parkland, the course is surrounded by specimen trees, ponds and streams. The topography is ideal for an attractive golf course, with valleys at the west, which merge into one valley at the east.
Since 2012 the course has undergone major improvement work. Working with a leading golf course architect, the course has recently been upgraded to include new two-bay practice nets, (conveniently located near to the clubhouse) a new 5th green, re-designed 3rd and 6th holes and re-shaped lakes.
The result is an extremely playable and well thought out course that both the beginner and skilled golfer can enjoy. Full course detail hole-by-hole:
Pitch & Putt Course
Our specially designed nine-hole Pitch & Putt course, located next to our Driving Range, is challenging, lovingly created and an ideal accompaniment to the main course.
Players of all abilities make great use of the course either as pre-tournament practice or to learn new skills. Beginners and junior members use the course to develop their range of shots or build confidence before they make the transition on to the main course.
Experienced golfers are frequently found on this course, fine-tuning their ‘Short Game’ or addressing any problems with their pitching or putting before embarking on either a full round or the next club competition.
Please note the driving range and Pitch & Putt are only available for Plassey Golf Club Members & Holiday Park guests. Please be advised these facilities close at 5pm and is open from 1st April until 30th September.
Our purpose-built driving range (open all year) is perfect for a quick practice of the swing, with eight bays – four indoor and four outdoor – the range is open to visitors and situated only 200 yards from the main clubhouse.
Please note the driving range and Pitch & Putt are only available for Plassey Golf Club Members & Holiday Park guests. Please be advised these facilities close at 5pm.
Bookings and enquiries Tel: 01978 780 020
Whether you are an established golfer, new to the game or merely thinking of giving golf a try then Plassey Golf Club can cater for your needs.
The Plassey Golf Club is an ideal starter centre for golf with friendly group coaching, (ladies, juniors, men’s) sessions being held regularly.
For more details contact Lewis direct on 0753 813 2537
Par 4, 349 yards/340 yards
The opening hole requires an accurate drive, threaded between mature trees on either side of the fairway. There are two approach bunkers, one 30-40 yards from the green which better players should easily avoid, and another protecting the green on its left edge.
Par 4, 283 yards/275 yards
A slightly right to left dog leg with a green that can be reached from the tee in favourable conditions. The green is relatively flat and protected by two bunkers either side which sit some way from the edge.
Par 3, 175 yards/166 yards
A challenging hole set alongside a steep sided valley. The green is positioned between an out-of-bounds to the left and pond and mature trees to the right, with further protection in the form of two bunkers.
Par 4, 301 yards/274 yards
A left to right dog leg with a tee shot played over a dramatic valley and a long, nearly driveable green flanked by mature oak trees. The fairway has trees on either side yet longer hitters aim straight for the green in an attempt to reach it from the tee.
Par 4, 294 yards/262 yards
Another short par 4 played over a valley, the fairway leads to a new green re-developed in August 2012 that is protected by a pond and trees of its right hand edge.
Par 3, 165 yards
Par 4, 157 yards
This hole is a par 3 when played as the 6th and a par 4 when played as the 15th. The green has mature trees to its left and a narrow stream to its right. When played as a par 3 the tee is positioned next to a large pond which has to be carried when played as a par 4.
Par 4, 271 yards
Par 3, 259 yards
Similar to the 6th, the 7th plays as a short par 4 on the front nine a and a par 3 on the back nine. The hole, certainly trickier as a par 3 than a par 4, runs down a narrow valley populated by open ditches and piped drainage leading towards a green protected by a stream to the front and right.
Par 3, 164 yards/155 yards
A very challenging hole, the uphill approach to the green is out of sight from the tee. The green itself is unprotected with a steep run-off to the right hand side.
Par 4, 373 yards/364 yards
The round is completed by the second longest par 4 of the course featuring a long drive aimed between trees either side of the fairway. The green makes for a delightful finish with its close proximity to the lake and trees to the left hand side.