Padeswood and Buckley Golf Club

This picturesque 18-hole course with its tree lined fairways and water hazards provides a real challenge to golfers of all abilities. The course at Padeswood and Buckley measures 6042 yards Par 70 and is bounded by the River Alyn.

The river, lakes and streams mean that water can come into play on eleven of the holes. Mature trees line many of the fairways and accuracy off the tee is a must, particularly on the front nine. The flat terrain means that the walking is easy, however buggies are available for hire.

After your round, a warm welcome awaits in the clubhouse at Padeswood and Buckley. The bar is tended by our Steward Sue Henry and carries a good range of beverages. We also have a different Guest Beer each month.

Contact details

Station Lane,
Nr Mold
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