Welcome to Milford Haven Golf Club
You are always welcome at Milford Haven Golf Club, Pembrokeshire, whether you are looking for a relaxing day’s golf, searching for the ideal course for a society, or just looking for the right club to join.
The club has been progressive ever since its inception, each year work has been done on the club complex to expand and improve the facilities for both members and visitors.
The atmosphere in the club house and on the course is warm and welcoming, because we do everything we can to make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
There are all of the facilities that a golfer would expect at a well established club. The Pro Shop stocks a full range of equipment and clothing, you can hire a trolley, clubs or a buggy.
The Club has competitive green fee rates when compared with any other club and has vacancies at all levels of membership. (There is no joining fee).
The course is 18 holes of rolling parkland, par 71 and 6,112 yards long. The course has an excellent reputation both for its condition and layout.
There is something to interest and test golfers at all levels, with each hole offering its own unique challenge.
As well as the delightful course there are panoramic views of the glorious Milford Haven waterway. We welcome your Visit & hope you will enjoy your stay at Milford Haven Golf Club.
Presidents Day – Saturday 1st August 2015
On Saturday 1st August Mr Steve Brown hosted his President’s Day at Milford Haven Golf Club. 150 golfers took part with some excellent scoring coming in. The President’s Putter was won by Ian McCarthy (46pts), 2nd Chris Day (43pts), 3rd Nathan Rees (42pts). The Seniors section was won by Owain Picton (41pts) beating Ivor McKenzie into 2nd place (40pts). The Ladies section was won by Maeve McGee (42pts), Ladies Captain Karen Lewis 2nd (42pts) – losing on the count back. Nearest the Pin was won by Scott Griffiths and the Longest Drive was won by Nathan Rees.
In the Ladies Section, Nearest the Pin was won by Cheryl Eva and the Longest Drive was won by Jan Goodridge. In his speech the President thanked all those who took part for making it a most enjoyable day.