Monday 19th October 

Wales Golf COVID-19
Page last updated 19th October

The First Minister has announced a circuit-breaker lockdown to take place between Friday 23rd October at 6 pm until Monday 9th November. It will apply to everyone living in Wales and will supersede all local restrictions currently in place.

The Welsh Government has stated ‘Golf and tennis clubs will be required to close during the period of the lockdown.’

The clear stay at home message means that all non-essential retail and leisure are to close during this lockdown period. ‘Your exercise should start and finish from your home and you should exercise alone or with a member of your household’

Wales Golf will provide a further update when information becomes available.

Simon Hopkin


Welcome to

Pyle & Kenfig

Pyle and Kenfig Golf Course with its lofty sand dunes hugging the South Wales coast of Porthcawl is situated in a wonderful stretch of golfing country. Glorious views and historic associations adorn this undulating course with its natural hazard of hillocks, valleys and towering dunes. Panoramic views, The Bristol Channel, the Gower Peninsula, Sker House and the magnificent Welsh Mountains can all be seen from various points.

If you are thinking about playing golf in Wales, Pyle & Kenfig Golf Club is the ideal course for you.

book a tee timeSee The Course

“Not only does your course have a fantastic layout but it was also in excellent condition. The administration in booking a tee time and the professionals shop on arrival were very welcoming.”

Dan Morear Captain Antrobus GC

“No visit to South Wales is complete without a round at P&K, the course is stunning.”

John Parrott M.B.E. World Snooker Champion / BBC Commentator

“One of the finest back 9's in links golf anywhere in the British Isles. The contrast between the heathland of the first nine and the dunes on the sea side of the course is simply stunning.”

Mr Harris Formby

“Here you have a golfing paradise. I have played on and studied nearly all the famous courses and I have seen no finer golfing country.”

P. Mackenzie Ross Scottish Golf Course Architect, July 1946