Brynford, Holywell, Flintshire — Tel : 01352 710040/713937 — Established 1906
The course lies a mile and a half inland of Holywell in the village of Brynford on a plateau 800 feet above sea level. There are views of Moel Fammau and the Clwydian Range to the south and west, while on clear days the distant majesty of Snowdonia reveals itself some 40 miles away.
The softness of the turf and the limestone subsoil are responsible for a course which dries quickly and is never fatiguing. There are no tiring up-hill holes and the fairways are slightly undulating. The course which was rearranged and established as an 18 hole course in 1991 is a compact links type course, with many natural hazards, such as quarries, water hazards and grass bunkers providing a very challenging test for low handicap players, and yet giving the average player 18 holes of interesting and sporting golf. A hallmark of the course is the very diversity of the holes with no two alike thus creating an above average challenge to golfers of all abilities with many thought provoking shots required to keep the mind focussed.
There are new and modernized changing facilities for ladies and gentlemen. The club is a Registered Licensed Non-residential Establishment.