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Cottrell Park - Laser Pigeon Shooting, Raft Building, Quad Biking...... and Championship Golf

Updated: Mar 12, 2019

A welcoming club in the South East of Wales, Cottrell Park Golf Resort is one of the most popular golf facilities in the region. The club boasts two magnificent golf courses that are set in historic parkland with sensational views across the Vale of Glamorgan, both layouts complement the excellent on site facilities.

Those facilities are the two championship designed tracks, the Mackintosh and the Button Gwinnett, as well as an all-weather driving range, two state-of-the-art golf simulators, two putting greens and on-course practice area.

We had the pleasure of playing The Button Gwinnett Course, a beautifully constructed American style with 13 lakes spread over 18 the holes. This course provides 5,799 yards off the yellow tees or 6,145 yards off the white tees, not the longest you’ll play but a good technical for all levels of golfer. The technical challenge coupled with gently rolling parkland and stately trees combine to create a special charm will leave a lasting impression on most golfers.

The Button Gwinnett Course
The Button Gwinnett Course

Cottrell Park is another golfing venue close to the capital that is known for its year round play, due to the high level of maintenance the courses can sustain the bleaker winter months and are renowned as some of the best draining parkland courses in South Wales, perfect it you’re looking for a winter get-away.

The resort also boasts a snooker & pool room and a private fishing lake, other exciting activities can be arranged including laser pigeon shooting, archery, raft building, kayaking, paddle boarding and quad biking. If it’s more than just a game of golf your looking for on your society weekend then Cottrell Park can cater for any group.

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