Reasons to join #1
Stunning 18 Hole Golf Course
Regarded as one of the most picturesque courses in Wales (awarded as the Most Scenic Golf Course in Wales in 2022), Abergele Golf Club remains a firm favourite with both members and visitors who visit from all over the golfing world.
Reasons to join #2
Membership To Suit All Your Needs
Juniors, Seniors, Ladies, Mens, Golf and Social Memberships available throughout the year, so you can join us when works best for you.
Reasons to join #3
Training & Development For All Levels
Our Head Professional Stuart Runcie and Assistant Professional Adam offers lessons, custom fittings, golf simulator and indoor state of the art training and development studio.
Membership prices 2023/24
Membership Affiliation Fees
When you join Abergele Golf Club and renew your membership each year, you will need to pay a Wales Golf affiliation fee (and a DGU fee if you are a man). This is on top of our membership fees stated above. Men will pay an additional £18, ladies will pay £15 and the junior (under 18) amount is £4.50. These affiliation fees do not apply to our Newbie Golf Membership.
Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) Scheme
Abergele Golf Club, as a registered Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC), is open to all of the community including those on modest or low incomes. The club now offers a 7-day membership with access to the Course inclusive to any member/prospective member whose financial circumstances do not allow them to pay an annual membership subscription and associated costs of more than £500. These individuals are invited to apply to the Secretary and demonstrate that any sum above £500 is not affordable to them and this will then be considered by our Directors. If accepted, an alternative fee structure will be offered to the application. If this applies to you, please contact our Secretary at email@example.com.
Acceptable evidence of an applicant’s personal circumstances may be provided in the form of independent documentation (or proof) of certain state benefits they may be receiving and include: Job Seekers Allowance, Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit Housing Benefit. Other forms of documentation providing personal financial difficulty may also be acceptable, but subject to independent verification before receiving approval.
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|North Wales Golf Club|
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|LLanymynech Golf Club|
At Llanymynech you can play one round of golf in two separate countries, courtesy of Offa’s Dyke running through the course. On the fourth hole you tee off in Wales and putt out in England. The fifth and sixth holes remain in England, before you are cordially welcomed back into Wales on the seventh tee.
|Conwy Golf Club|
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|Rhuddlan Golf Club|
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|Southerness Golf Club (Scotland)|
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|Rhos-On-Sea Golf Club|
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