There are five golf clubs located on the Gower peninsula Pennard, Langland Bay, Fairwood, Clyne and the Gower Golf and Country Club. All of these golf clubs are all within easy reach of Hill House and are all within 5 miles of each other. There are many more golf clubs just off the peninsula and they are all within easy reach of Hill House.
The Langland Bay golf club is especially suitable if you have non-playing members in your party. They can relax and sun themselves on the beach at Langland or Caswell bay while you complete a leisurely round.
There is also a driving range and 9 hole course at Gowerton.
The Ashley Road pitch and putt course, alongside the promenade, between the university and Blackpill has been converted into the UK’s first FootGolf course. It is a combination of football and golf and you must use your football skills to get the football into the 18 large holes. Nearby is the boating lake at Singleton, with its very own crazy golf course, and the Lido at Blackpill that provides relaxing entertainment for the non-playing members of your party.
The Gower Golf Club
Clyne Golf Club
Gowerton Golf Range
Ashleigh Road FootGolf
FootGolf is a combination of football and golf, where participants use a football to aim for larger holes on the course. It’s the first FootGolf links course in the UK. There are 18 holes ranging from 45 yards to 135 yards, alongside the promenade, between Singleton boating lake and Blackpill. Adult £6 Concession £4 Family Ticket (2 adults/2 children) £18. Opening hours are from 10.00am and final play will be 1 hour before dusk.