Burnham & Berrow
Your entry fee includes a bacon sandwich and a tea or coffee on arrival, your green fee and a one course meal after your round.
If the clubhouse or catering is closed due to COVID-19, a takeaway alternative will be provided.
Discounts apply to Top 100s Tour members (20%) and bookings of four or more (10%).
11.06 – 15.26
The Village Hotel in Swansea is the perfect hub if you’re planning on playing in any of our South Wales Swing events with breakfast included each day.
We have secured great rates and all of our accommodation offers are fully covered by our COVID-19 policy.
AND, not just that, you will be entered into a prize draw to win a TaylorMade driver if you book your accommodation through us.
About Burnham & Berrow
So good they named it twice. The original nine holes at Burnham date back to 1891 and five years later the members decided to extend the course to Berrow Church and the resultant 18 holes became known by their present name. Like many other of our finest courses, Burnham & Berrow has been fashioned by many hands. The renowned Herbert Fowler, a member here and a significant influence over the likes of Walton Heath, The Berkshire, Cruden Bay and Royal Lytham, extended the course to over 6,000 yards in 1910 and Harry Colt, assisted by Alister MacKenzie, applied the finishing touches.
Actually, Colt did rather more, removing several of Burnham & Berrow’s blind shots that dated back to an era when nothing was thought of playing over dunes to unseen fairways and greens beyond. Now all but five holes (those around the turn) are played amid dramatic duneland but by and large you can at least partially see where you are going.