Sited in Neath Port Talbot, Glynneath Golf Club is home to an 18-hole course which stretches across 6,100 yards of undulating parkland and woodland. Pairs of golfers can brave the varied course, negotiating water hazards, mature trees and slopes (usually up to £30). Participants can stop by seven days a week, and opt to include buggy to get around the site with ease.
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Groupon Asks Shane McMenamin, Club Professional at Glynneath Golf Club, about his golfing tips and ideal patron.
G: What’s your favourite hole?
"Personally, the 5th hole is my favourite. Its tee is situated at the most elevated point on the course, providing a superb view over the Vale of Neath. It's largely downhill: a relatively easy drive leaves a thought-provoking approach shot into an interestingly shaped green that is wider than it is deep; over-shooting the green isn't uncommon, necessitating a difficult chip back onto the green. A well-positioned bunker in front of the green guards it from under-hit approach shots."
G: What do most people find challenging about the course?
"It is quite a tight course with lots of trees and undergrowth. We've put a lot of effort into clearing specific areas to make the course more user-friendly and enjoyable for visiting golfers."
G: If you could play a round of golf with one famous person, who would it be and why?
"Richard Branson – four hours with him would give an opportunity to pick the brains of a great entrepreneurial mind. It would be particularly interesting to hear his views on the golf industry from a commercial perspective."
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The Tredegar Arms earned an admirable 4/5 stars from TripAdvisor users, and attracted a Certificate of Excellence for 2013. While some had reservations, reviewers generally found meals full of flavour and well-crafted. The array of specials also met praise.
Details verified 04/02/14.
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