Green Meadow (result)

The WDGA rolled in to Green Meadow for their first comp. of 2017 and were greeted with blue sky’s and blazing sunshine, there was a good turn out for the first contest of the year with 11 souls ready to do battle with the course ,consisting of old and new participants.

After a hard fought contest Peter Gunning came out on top with 33pts. followed in second by Wayne Keogh, with Mike Overton in third (full result at foot) we at WDGA would like to thank Green Meadow golf club for all their assistance on the day.

We can all look forward to Mond Valley on the 24th

Competition Report (Nett Scores) – Green Meadow RTW – 7 April 2017

Aims of WDGA

The Welsh Disabled Golf Association is a non-profit making organisation which was formed in August 2011, the assocation provides disabled people the opportunity to take part in golf, social or con aspect

The Welsh Disabled golf Association provides disabled people with the opportunity to take part in a sport. As I am sure you would agree sport is an important activity for disabled people. It is not only important in terms of its physical benefits but also for the social aspect it provides, allowing participants to socialise with other people who understand the limitations that disability can bring. Being disabled does not mean you cannot enjoy sport, it just means that you may have to adapt activities to meet your own personal levels of ability.  The WDGA arrange golf competition days at various locations throughout the principality.

The WDGA is there for all disabilities, even people who may have never considered golf in the past , it may be just the thing that they are seeking if you know of anyone who you think may benefit please bring them along.

Membership of the Welsh Disabled golf association is FREE for more information contact   WDGA on 01633450339 or email mike.overton@welshdisabledgolf.org.uk

2017 Membership

The Welsh Disabled Golf Association is a non-profit making organisation which was formed in August 2011, the association provides disabled people the opportunity to take part in golf, social or con aspect

The Welsh Disabled golf Association provides disabled people with the opportunity to take part in a sport. As I am sure you would agree sport is an important activity for disabled people. It is not only important in terms of its physical benefits but also for the social aspect it provides, allowing participants to socialise with other people who understand the limitations that disability can bring. Being disabled does not mean you cannot enjoy sport, it just means that you may have to adapt activities to meet your own personal levels of ability.  the WDGA arrange golf competition days at various locations throughout the principality

 

Membership of the Welsh Disabled golf association is FREE to present and new members .For more information contact the Chairman on 01633450339 or email mike.overton@welshdisabledgolf.org.uk

Morlais Castle May 22nd

Built in 1270 by Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Lord of Glamorgan, the remains of what once was Morlais Castle, runs along the right hand side of the third fairway and overlooks the border between Brecon and Glamorgan.

A challenging moorland golf course set in the surroundings of the foothills of the Brecon Beacons with some magnificent scenic views. Situated some 24 miles north of Cardiff. Morlais Castle Golf Club is enjoyable for both low and high handicapped golfers.

Spectacular views across the Brecon Beacons National Park, the course is one of two halves. The first nine holes are built around the old quarry while the back nine are set on rolling moorland. A modern clubhouse and indoor practice area coupled with the warmest of welcomes completes the Morlais experience.

One hundred years has seen many changes at Morlais Castle Golf Club. We now have a course and clubhouse of which we can be proud and the facilities that they offer to members and guests. Morlais Castle Golf Club has always held a reputation for being friendly to all who seeks its company both on the course and in the clubhouse

 

Prices and booking

Green Meadow - RTW03
Morlais Castle
Player fee. Including tea or coffee and bacon roll, green fees and single course meal
£28.00
Green Meadow - RTW03+buggy
Morlais Castle + buggy
Player fee and buggy hire. Including tea or coffee and bacon roll, green fees, buggy hire and single course meal
£36.00

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Coed-Y-Mwstr 12th May

We return to Coed-y-Mwstr on 8th may for the third of RTW games

Golf just a few minutes from junction 35 off the M4. Coed-y-Mwstwr Golf Club is ideally located for golfing visitors . Centrally located 20 minutes from both Cardiff and Swansea this is an ideal location from which to explore.

Our parkland course is particularly noted for its lush diamond patterned fairways and receptive greens. Tree lined fairways ensure that the golfers mind is focused on the target, whilst well protected greens reward the good shot with a birdie opportunity. At just under 6000 yards with a par of 69, the course offers a challenge to golfers of all standards without the need to buy a dozen balls every time you play.

 

Event detailsPrices and booking

Green Meadow - RTW03
Coed-Y-Mwstr
Player fee. Including tea or coffee and bacon roll, green fees and single course meal
£28.00
Green Meadow - RTW03+buggy
Coed-Y-Mwstr+buggy
Player fee and buggy hire. Including tea or coffee and bacon roll, green fees, buggy hire and single course meal
£36.00

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