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Baron Hill Golf Club

Baron Hill is the oldest club on the Island of Anglesey dating back to the 1880's and boasts the finest greens in the area. A small friendly club with a big heart and a testing course.

Course Card

Please find below a copy of our course card

Hole Par 68
SSS 67
White
Par 68
SSS 66
Yellow
Par SI Hole Par 70
SSS 70
Red
Par SI
Pen Y Bryn 1 287 273 4 13 1 277 4 10
Gwel Eryri 2 405 399 4 5 2 390 4 3
Y Bwlch 3 400 386 4 1 3 365 4 1
Lawr A Ni 4 445 435 4 3 4 417 5 12
Yr Eithin 5 184 173 3 11 5 133 3 18
Y Chwarel 6 326 311 4 7 6 272 4 8
Tir Garw 7 266 256 4 17 7 254 4 14
Y Dderwen 8 159 130 3 15 8 139 3 16
Allt Goch Bach 9 310 303 4 9 9 273 4 6
OUT 2782 2666 34 OUT 2520 35
Top of the Hill 10 287 273 4 14 10 277 4 11
Eryri View 11 405 399 4 6 11 390 4 4
Find the Gap 12 400 386 4 2 12 333 4 2
Down We Go 13 445 435 4 4 13 417 5 13
Over the Gorse 14 184 173 3 12 14 168 3 5
The Quarry 15 326 311 4 8 15 272 4 9
Tir Garw Farm 16 266 256 4 18 16 254 4 15
The Oak Tree 17 159 130 3 16 17 159 3 17
Little Red Hill 18 310 303 4 10 18 273 4 7
IN 2782 2666 34 IN 2543 35
OUT 2782 2666 34 OUT 2520 35
TOTAL 5564 5332 68 TOTAL 5063 70

Local Rules

  1. Out of Bounds (Rule 27-1)
    a) A ball beyond any boundary wall, fence or gate.
    b) Beyond the line of white stakes bounding the clubhouse, practice putting green, practice area and green-keeper's shed to the right of the 1st/10th fairway.
    c) Beyond the white stakes behind the 2nd/11th green.
    d) To the right of the trench between the markers on the 4th/13th hole. When playing other holes Rule 24-2 applies.
  2. Water Hazards (Rule 26)
    All Water courses as per Rule 26
  3. Bridges
    Bridges are an integral part of the course.  A ball may be played as it lies if it comes to rest on any bridge or relief may be taken under penalty of one stroke in accordance with Rule 26-1.         
  4. Immovable Obstructions (Rule 24-2)
    Water points, drain covers, distance markers, safety nets, embedded tee markers, seats, staked trees, short course mats, winter mats and their bases are immovable  obstructions.  A ball coming to rest in the area marked at the safety net protecting the 4th/13th tees MAY be dropped in the dropping zone provided.                                         
  5. Ground Under Repair (Rule 25-1b)
    Playing a ball from an area marked as ground under repair (G.U.R.) is prohibited – relief MUST be taken. 
  6. Relief Without Penalty
    A ball coming to rest on any gravel path or lying within 6" of an embedded rock on the fairway may be lifted, cleaned and dropped in accordance with Rule 24-2.s

Penalty for the breach of Rules:

Match Play - Loss of Hole
Stroke Play - Loss of Two Strokes