Caerphilly Golf Club

Tel Office: 029 2086 3441
Tel Prof: 029 2086 9104
Tel Bar: 029 2088 3481


Welcome to Caerphilly Golf Club

Festival of Golf

Thursday Evening –  Mens Texas Scramble Shotgun Start

Friday – Ladies Festival of Golf

Saturday – Main Event All Day


Open Championship

Sunday July 22nd July – Come and watch the Final Round of the Open on the big screen and enjoy Heineken Lager for £2 a pint – CASH ONLY. While stocks last.


Social Evening

Come and enjoy 2 local live bands in the Clubhouse on Friday 10th August from 7.30pm. Free Entry


Fixture Change

The Goodfellow Founders Cup has been brought forward from September and will now be played on Sunday 29th July. Start sheet is on the Notice Board in locker room.


Trial Membership


County Cards

County cards are available, from the Secretary or the Professional, to all adult male members at no cost . They can be used to obtain a discount, for one round, of up to 50% off green fees  at any club in the Glamorgan County Union and a number of courses in Gwent and Dyfed. Full details can be found on the Glamorgan County Golf website.



Join Caerphilly Golf Club and play Glynneath and Wernddu FREE!!

Various membership packages available from only £99 per year.


Looking for a Wedding Venue?

Caerphilly Golf Club is the ideal venue for that most special of all occasions.


Sunday Lunch

Why not visit Martyn’s ‘Sunday Lunch at Caerphilly Golf Club’ Facebook page where you can also book a table. Just click on the Facebook icon


** Caerphilly Golf Club is a registered Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Membership of the Club is open to the whole Community and its main purpose is to provide facilities for, and the promotion of participation of Golf. Details of available Memberships can be found on the Membership page



Ask The Referee

Answer to last weeks question:

If the nearest point of relief from G.U.R. is in casual water, adjacent to an obstruction or ANOTHER area of G.U.R. you are allowed to drop the ball within 1 club length and if necessary, take relief from the new area.

This week

Rule 10 is clear that, in matchplay, the player furthest from the hole should play first and if the player nearest the hole does play out of turn his shot may be recalled by the opponent . You are nearer the hole than your opponent but he is distracted and suggests you play first to save time. Should you?