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The Best of Wales: Small-group Tour from London (6-days)
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The Best of Wales: Small-group Tour from London (6-days)

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Get to know Wales on this 5-day small-group tour from London. Traveling by minibus with a guide and a group that’s limited to just 16 people, you’ll discover the best of the tiny country, visiting Welsh national parks, castles, and museums along with cities such as Cardiff and St. Davids. Overnight accommodation and breakfasts are also included in the Brecon Beacons, Aberystwyth, and Tenby.
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Jake_Maddocks wrote a review Jul 2019
Cardiff, United Kingdom162 contributions29 helpful votes
Cardiff Golf Centre has everything you could want, however, it needs some TLC. I can only compare to my local FootGolf and local Driving Range but I won’t be coming back any time soon unfortunately. I managed to find the place after going down the country roads and suddenly stopping when I saw the turning, a sign a few hundred feet before would be useful. The car park isn’t entirely tarmaced so best not to wash your car just before. We went in and asked for a game of FootGolf. 9-holes is fairly cheap, at £6, however I handed over £20 and only got £4 back. I informed him of his mistake and got the additional £10 back. I was handed a small cardboard scorecard, which had been partially filled in by a guy named Tom, and we were handed four balls, all of which were a bit flat, three of which were the same colour, and one of which was a size 4 instead of size 5. Even the scorecard says our ball must be “easy to identify”. We headed to the course and were surprised to find that all nine-holes are pretty much the same. There were no bunkers or water hazards, just a straightish line to each hole with the occasional tree in the way. When you putt a ball, you normally had to walk back on yourself to the next tee. Annoyingly, all of the holes were lined with a plastic bucket which came slightly out of the ground, so you could putt a perfect ball and still it would bounce off or roll to the side of the hole. The greens for normal golf were brown and poorly kept, so I won’t be using those for pitch and putt practice. There were a lot of golf balls around the first few holes of the course and we realised they had come flying over from the driving range when one of them missed us by just a few feet. Once we finished our nine quite boring holes of FootGolf we headed to the Driving Range. We were very surprised to find that 70 balls were £4.50 (over 6p per ball as opposed to the local 4p per ball, usually with an optional good drink/food deal too). We were also surprised to see the price to use the TopTracer, a gadget highly advertised by the golf centre, but I’d never seen anywhere that it cost to use, let alone how much it cost. My driving range experience was fine but my friends, using drivers, struggled to find the right size tee, all we could find were very small and very tall tees. On the plus side, the golf shop is large, the staff seemed friendly, the adventure golf looked fun for kids, and the soft play area is probably great too. I’ve also heard lessons here are very good. The only reason I would return is for a golf lesson or maybe to try RugbyGolf, although the course is still a bit boring and the balls might be flat. Definitely not the place for new-comers to FootGolf to come as it may put them off for life.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dennis W wrote a review Jul 2019
18 contributions3 helpful votes
This is an everything you need golf centre. Really good facilities, golf range, shop and par3 golf course to practice your short game. The golf shop has a fantastic range of clubs, golf bags, etc. The range is well laid out and you can fave a coffee as well. The staff a really helpful as well.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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AlRebBinn wrote a review Mar 2019
Shrewsbury, United Kingdom24 contributions9 helpful votes
Great fun for all ages, staff very welcoming, crazy golf is very good and plenty of bays on the driving range.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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ReallyBadHat wrote a review Oct 2018
1,123 contributions172 helpful votes
Facilities have grown and diversified, the traditional range offering practice and tuition is now accompanied by a large well stocked shop and coffee shop. Groups visit to play pitch and putt, foot golf and the kids are all catered for with dinosaur themed crazy golf and an activity centre Evolving to introduce more variety but still good for the classics.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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k4thy wrote a review Aug 2018
Cardiff, United Kingdom64 contributions46 helpful votes
Fantastic dinosaur crazy golf. Took my 9 year old niece and 6 year old nephew and they LOVED it. I thought 18 holes would be too many, but the course is really compact and it took about 75mins (with a bit of cheating!) There were all age groups, toddlers to teens and there was a lovely young couple, early 20’s who were obviously enjoying the fun. Deffo will return.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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