Wales, revisited: Looking back on six memorable golf courses

By Ron Bellamy | Golf, Wales |

The No. 17 green and fairway, Royal St. David’s Golf Club, Wales. Great values, history and more than just golf HARLECH, Wales — At Royal St. David’s Golf Club, you look to the cliff above and see Harlech Castle, built by King Edward I beginning in 1283 and now considered a World Heritage Site, with […]

Wales, revisited: Some tips for playing there

By Ron Bellamy | Golf, Wales |

You could lose a golf ball or two playing No. 13 at Nefyn & District Golf Club, Wales. No, nothing about the golf swing If you do make a golfing trip to Wales, some tips from a 19-handicapper who otherwise would never give golf tips: Bring enough golf balls. The courses may seem wide open, […]

Wales, day six: Aberdovey Golf Club, an enduring classic

By Ron Bellamy | Golf, Wales |

The beloved course of Bernard Darwin is still relevant ABERDOVEY, Wales – Born in 1876, a grandson of Charles Darwin, Bernard Darwin was a gifted golfer who became the first reporter to cover golf on a regular basis, writing for The Times of London for decades starting in 1907, and serving as captain of the […]