Boasting beautiful views of the Welsh countryside and the Irish sea, it was designed by the legendary golfer and 5 times Open Champion James Braid and first opened in 1907.
and also provide a resting place for many a wayward golf ball!Whilst Silver Birch Golf Club - 01492 680690 - located in the picturesque rural village of Betws Yn Rhos is a popular ‘pay & play’ course designed with amateurs in mind, but can challenge even the low handicap player whilst still being accessible for beginners. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.Below is a picture of the 'Rhos Colwyn' and the 'Rhosneigr' would have looked very similar to picture shown.Rhos on Sea Pier was originally the Douglas, Isle of Man Pier and was built in 1869.It was taken down, sold to Rhos on Sea and rebuilt in 1896.
A far longer pier than Colwyn Bay it serviced pleasure boats between Liverpool, Rhyl, and Conwy.
The course lies on ground reputed to be the original bed of the River Conway.
Small lakes attract an interesting variety of wildlife…
All that could be seen Mosquito aircraftof it at low water on a big spring tide was a large straight upright propellor blade and one bent blade and the top of the engine housing.
The legendary Mosquito, the 'Wooden Wonder', was one of the decisive aircraft of World War II and was conceived as an unarmed high-speed bomber.
Legend has it that the buildings are haunted by a monk wearing a brown habit and white cloak.