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Newport Links Golf Club

2011 Fees:

Weekdays Adult Guests Junior
9 holes £16.00 £13.00 £10.00
18 holes £26.00 £21.00 £15.00

 

Weekend / Bank Hols Adult Guests Junior
9 holes £19.00 £16.00 £10.00
18 holes £31.00 £26.00 £15.00

 

Sundries Members Non Members Disabled Members
Range Balls £2.50 £3.50  
Buggy – 9 holes £10.50 £15.50 £8.00
Buggy – 18 holes £15.50 £21.00 £10.50
Trolley – 9 holes £1.50 £1.50  
Trolley – 18 holes £3.00 £3.00  
Club Hire – 9 holes £5.00 £5.00  
Club Hire – 18 holes £8.00 £8.00  

 

Notes:

  • Please book Tee times on 01239 820 244.
  • Please visit the Pro Shop on arrival to pay all green fees.
  • Although we do not insist on a handicap certificate, you must be able to play and have an understanding of golf etiquette.
  • Collared shirts must be worn.

Full Membership:

New members are always warmly welcomed at Newport Links; the benefits of joining us are:

  • Members have priority on booking their tee times
  • Receive discount for their guests
  • Obtain a Handicap
  • Play in Club & Team Events
  • Become one of our family

At present we have no joining fee and your annual subscription may be paid on a monthly basis by standing order (the current membership price is available on application)

If you are interested in finding out further details or would like to apply for membership then please contact Julian Noott or Amanda Payne on 01239 820 244.

 


Hole Par Yards   Hole Par Yards
1 3 152   10 5 464
2 4 388   11 4 365
3 3 184   12 5 478
4 5 564   13 4 363
5 3 198   14 4 362
6 4 414   15 3 190
7 5 469   16 3 186
8 4 340   17 4 334
9 4 288   18 4 314
Out 35 2997   In 36 3056
        Out 35 2997
        TOTAL 71 6053

Coastal Explorer

During our coastal explorers you will be sit-on-top kayaking, coasteering, snorkelling and you can even try your hand at fishing, You’ll discover hidden coves, explore dark caves and sandy beaches, wonder at the wildlife above and below the water.

The sit-on-top sea kayak is a user-friendly craft, easy to control and very stable, designed for recreational exploration and suitable for all ages and abilities. The open cockpit allows you to work on your tan while the changing vista of caves, bays, beaches and headlands unfolds before you.

There’s no strict timetable, so we can stop wherever and whenever we want!

Surfing

These days everyone seems to want to surf, which is hardly surprising as it’s one of the coolest sports on the planet.

Invented in ancient Polynesia and Hawaii, surfing has undergone many changes in the last few hundred years and with recent advances in wetsuit and surf board technology, there’s never been a better time to learn.

Wales is a great place to surf, with beaches facing the Atlantic swell on three sides, it’s usually “going off” somewhere nearby.

Whether you’re new to surfing or would like to improve, our enthusiastic and friendly surf instructors can show you how to stand up and ride your first wave, cutback or kick out. We like to make sure our beaches are protected, clean and free from marine litter so we’ll include some important information in all of our lessons from our good friends Surfers Against Sewage.

But beware, surfing is addictive, once surf fever strikes, you’ll be hooked for life.

Once you’ve ridden your first good wave, you’ll want a better one and begin a quest that will last you a lifetime.

Rock Climbing

Abseiling gently downwards with the sea swirling beneath you. Then a tremendous sense of achievement as you climb back to the top of the cliff. Pembrokeshire has some of the best climbing locations in the UK, suitable for all abilities.

Our rock climbing starts with technique coaching whilst bouldering, building confidence for the bigger routes climbed later in the session. Choose from steep limestone in South Pembs. or sandstone slab climbing in North Pembs.

Kayaking

Kayaking is one of the finest ways to discover the magnificent Welsh coastline. Low impact and silent it opens a new world unseen from other boats or from the shore.

TYF Adventure is recognised as a Welsh Canoe Association Centre of Excellence, employs only fully qualified expert guides and provides top quality equipment with which to explore Pembrokeshire’s spectacular marine environment.

Seals become inquisitive – “who are you?” – porpoise come within a few paddle lengths and birds watch you glide quietly through their world.

On a calm day it is possible to explore caves, when it gets rougher hold onto your hats – it can be a rollercoaster ride.

Come kayaking with us in Britain’s only coastal national park and you’ll see why people return again and again.

Haverfordwest DIY Centre

Welcome to Haverfordwest DIY Centre
YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT D.I.Y CENTRE.
Opening Times Monday To Friday :8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am to 5:30pm
Bank holidays 10am to 4.00pm

We Have the Stocks, We Have the Experience, We Give the Service

Golf Sailing Surfing Windsurfing Boat trips Fishing

Pembrokeshire has a unique range of leisure facilities both natural and man made to keep you busy and active throughout your holiday. Golf, sailing, surfing, windsurfing, boat trips, fishing, walks, local theme parks, museums and exhibitions and a host of other activities.

Holiday makers come to Pembrokeshire for a huge variety of reasons, which are generally connected to the stunning and diverse countryside. It is possible to walk the Coastal Path, swim, fish or sunbathe on the magnificent beaches, visit the wildlife sanctuary island of Skomer, or take boat trips around the coast and islands.

The whole coastline is part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. An area of outstanding beauty with a wide variety of natural amenities available to the holidaymaker including the coast path (over 160 miles) that passes through the haven, an abundance of wildlife, sea birds, wild flowers and beaches safe for swimming, surfing, boating and fishing.

Within a short distance lie Newgale, well known for surf along three miles of golden sands, St Davids, the smallest cathedral in Great Britian; the coastal villages of Little haven, Broad Haven and Solva with a particularly pretty natural harbour.

Interesting places to visit include the Preseli Hills, Cleddau Estuary, Woollen Mills, craft shops, potteries and a popular boat trip from Martins Haven to Skomer Island bird sanctuary. Visitors expecting the noise and crowns of the large resorts will be disappointed; the area relies upon its own natural beauty and appreciative holidaymakers return year after year.

Pembrokeshire Sports:

Golf – Within Pembrokeshire there are 6 golf courses.

Fishing – Fishermen are well cared for, with fishing at Bosherston Ponds, Large Trout at the Llys -Yfran country park and many other venues, whilst the sea offers Bass and Flat fish (off the beaches) and Bass, Conga, Tope, Dogfish and Pollock (off the rocks). In the summer boat fishing is manly for Mackerel and Pollock, while in the winter, Cod ,Herring and Whiting are common.

Wind-surfing, Surfing, Water-skiing – Just to the south of Nolton Haven, Broad haven offers a windsurfing school while Newgale, famous for its surf offers surfboards, skis, surf canoes and wet suits for hire.

Swimming, Boating, Sunbathing, and Sailing – Nolton Haven has its own sandy beach with slipway, ideal for launching small boats and sailing dingys. Low tide provides an excellent opportunity to explore exposed rock pools.

Horse riding – Riding Available at local stables, beach riding and Country riding.

Walking – The walking around Nolton Haven is first class, the Pembrokeshire coast path passes through. For those who prefer not to cook the village has its own pub/restaurant on the sea front.