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"Head west along the A55 from Chester and cross on to the island of Anglesey" we were told. "Then exit at Junction 5 for Rhosneigr and you'll soon see a sign for the golf club. You'll not be disappointed".


We'd asked the advice of a friend who had visited North Wales some years ago. He made it sound so appealing we decided it had to be a part of our visit to the UK. We'd had our London experience, the York Heritage site, Bath and Stonehenge and now we wanted time to hit some golf balls in glorious scenery. Our anticipation grew as we crossed the Britannia Bridge. We gasped at the splendour of the Menai Bridge, a testament to great British engineering, caught glimpses of Snowdonia in the rear view mirror and soon observed the glistening sea shimmering in the evening sunlight. Junction 5 was upon us and soon we entered Rhosneigr, with sand dunes to the left and Maelog Lake to the right. We found our Bed and Breakfast, dumped our gear and walked through the village to catch a glance at the Anglesey Golf Club before we settled down to watch the setting sun burning deep red in the night sky and lighting up the magnificent horseshoe shaped bay.


Next day we couldn't wait to tee off and we were there minutes after the Pro. Gary, an extremely friendly chap, welcomed us, charged us far too little money compared to back home and directed us to the first tee. As for the rest, well, you'll have to take our word for it. But the memories will last forever.


Thank you Anglesey Golf Club. 


George, Bill, Jimmy and Ron (Washington DC, 20500)





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