8 reviews of Priskilly Forest Golf Club and Country house
For information Priskilly Forest country House has been a 5 star grade for the last 4 years and this year achieved a Visit Wales Gold award .
The warm welcome remains the same and the course is in great condition.
First impressions were excellent - this is a really friendly club. We played on an August weekday and got on the course without a problem. The day before we played it had rained all day, but you wouldn't have known it here. The course had drained nicely and was in very good condition.
As for the course itself - although it is only a 9 hole we were really impressed. Just challenging enough, a nice variety of holes - short and long-ish par 3s, decent par 4s and an interesting par 5. All this against a backdrop of glorious Pembrokeshire countryside. For that we paid £20 for 18 holes; i think it was £14 for 9. All in all, a cracking golfing experience that I'd happily recommend to any visiting golfer. And be sure to have your post-round drink in the friendly clubhouse.
Great little course, well presented with interesting hole selection. Well maintained and warm welcome, not too busy. Would recommend to anyone in the area.
i'v played this course 2 times now and have really enjoyed my round on both occasions, not only do you get a really good welcome, but you also have a great course to play on, i would just like to wish everyone at priskilly all the best in the future and i hope to see you soon cheers loz
Open your round with a driver hit slightly to the left side of the fairway as the left-to-right slope will take the ball depending on the condition of the ground. For the par-3 second, aim right of the green, take a club less as it is a right-to-left downhill slope that too much club and the ball will go through the green. The 3rd is a gentle up-hill hole that using a driver should allow a left side of centre approach to the green. The fourth allows the big hitter to take the corner off and set up a birdie chance. Watch out though for OOB both sides! The fifth brings you back up-hill with an approach shot requiring good club selection. The sixth is a driveable par-4 whilst the seventh requires a drive over a row of bushes to set up a good scoring hole. Tricky green on the short par-3 8th. The 9th can be played in a number of ways, either iron off the tee to set you up on the fairway left of the big oak or go over the oak with the driver. Either way, the approach shot to the green must come in high and measured to remain on the putting surface. One of Wales's hidden little golfing gems.
Just a quick comment -There is accomodation on site at priskilly forest in a three star country house .Also since the year 2000 there is dining room and bar snacks available most of the time.
I think this is an excellant web site (very informative ps 6 new tees have been constructed and will be in play Spring 2002!!
The course is a challenging 9 holer and the owner provide an extemely warm welcome to visitors and members alike. I am a member and have played the course for a year and every time i go there there is a great reception.
The course itself is a par 35 and there are a few really challenging holes like the stroke index 1 with oob left and right. Also the 1st hole is a shocker with a wicked left to right slope with no level lie on the fairway. Overall the course is still developing and it is one which you will want to come back and play over and over again.
Interesting 9 Hole course with laid back friendly family run atmosphere. Limited facilities.
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