Just 45 minutes from The Celtic Manor, Twenty Ten Course, the Ryder Cup venue for 2010 you will find Pontardawe Golf Club.
Situated in the upper Swansea Valley overlooking Pontardawe, Pontardawe Golf Club offers a unique location for playing golf. At just over 6101 yards and par 70, the course provides a good challenge for all standards of golfers. The course is situated on a mountain and is semi-parkland. The course has a few gentle inclines, but these are worthwhile as the golfer is treated to panoramic views. To the North, are the beautiful Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountain, to the South, the Swansea Valley, Mumbles Head and Swansea Bay. From the tee of the 16th, known locally as the pulpit, these magnificent views are captured.
Pontardawe Golf Club prides itself as being a very friendly and sociable club to the visitor. Facilities at the club include the services of Mr. Danny Evans (Golf Professional), outdoor practice range, buggies and the Club Steward Mr. Steve Card and his wife Mandy.