A Harry Colt designed and built course created in the 1930’s. St. Mellons is known for its outline “cloverleaf” shape. Each of the holes has its own characteristics / nuances and is separated from its neighbouring holes by mixed woodland. The course is an exciting mixture of undulating fairways and tricky greens, with some surprisingly deep bunkers.
Although the course is protected to some extent from the elements by the parkland / woodland, the wind coming up through the Bristol Channel can transform the character of the course.
To view the course 3D flyovers, click play on the video below or scroll through the playlist view a specific hole.
Embracing the fantastic Monmouthshire / South Glamorganshire countryside combined with views of the Severn Estuary a great parkland golf experience awaits.