Bull Bay Golf Course

Bull Bay Golf Club

Anglesey

18 holes | par 70 | 6276 yards | Links

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Course Information

By modern day standards, the 6,276 yard course here is not the longest, however, it is by no measure an easy course. Testing natural hazards, undulating terrain and heavy winds from the Irish Sea that are hard to tame make this a golfing challenge that requires careful thinking to score well. Club selection can be tough here as there are some blind shots and visual deception to contend with. There are some truly memorable holes present each having its own traits and characteristics which demand a variety of shots to score level par.

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location

Found on the upper coast of Anglesey in Northern Wales, just off the A5025.

., Bull Bay, Amlwch, Sir Ynys Mon, United Kingdom, LL689RY
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    Recommended
    this course
    5 out of 5
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    Great layout

    Always enjoy this obviously much loved course

    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
    Pace of Play:
    Excellent
    Off-course amenities:
    Good
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    Excellent
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    Excellent
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    Excellent

    Tricky and picturesque

    Playing at Bull Bay for the first time is really difficult. The course terrain is very uneven and on many tees you don't see where your ball has landed. The course is generally well looked after but if you didn't hit the fairway your chances of finding the ball in the rough are very slim. Greens were really good: reasonably firm and nicely cut. Surprisingly few bunkers for a links course and a couple of those I ended up in had very little sand. The course offers absolutely stunning views. If you reliable off the tee (don't need to be long just straight) then the course offers a wonderful experience.

    Staff Friendliness:
    Excellent
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    Good
    Off-course amenities:
    Average
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    Good
    Value for the Money:
    Average
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    Good

    Windy and wild but fun.

    This course has some of the best views in North Wales across Bull Bay and the headland but because of its fantastic location you also get some of the strongest winds. I enjoyed adapting my game to the conditions with the rough cut fairly to compensate for the inevitability of missing greens and fairways. It's not particularly a long course and requires a bit more thought than reaching for the driver every hole, the greens were immaculate and ran perfectly true ....some of the best I've seen. The only slight issues were with a few blind tee shots which I never enjoy especially being the first time at the course but this is to be expected on this terrain. Some of the tee box positions also could have been better some were too close to the previous green so that you have to wait for the group in front to tee off before you can make your approach. Overall it was a great day and now I've played the course casually I have no hesitation entering their open events in the future.

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    great golf course

    I played this course midweek and found it quiet and easy to get on at a suitable time. I have played it a few times before and it is always in great condition. A really good challenge of golf especially with the wind blowing off the sea. well worth a visit !!!

    Staff Friendliness:
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    Excellent
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    Good
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    Good
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    Excellent

    A real treat on the Isle of Anglsey

    Few, if any North Americans ever make it to Wales' Isle of Anglesey, but it's a real treat, particularly for golfers who stumble upon Bull Bay. It's an ever-scenic and interesting heathland course that tumbles up and down rolling land overlooking the sea. Gorse is ever-present and there are some really tough holes like the uphill 7th, and other holes you have to pass thru cattle guards to reach the green. The 18th is a gem: straight downhill towards the sea - one of the great closing holes in all of Wales.

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    Good
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    Average
    Pace of Play:
    Good
    Off-course amenities:
    Good
    Course Conditions:
    Good
    Value for the Money:
    Excellent

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