Hole No. 2

A unique hole which takes play from the bottom plateau to the top plateau of the course. A blind par 3 in which club selection is paramount with the wind playing a major role which sometimes swirls against the hillside. With no bunkers the green itself is the main defence with a large slope right to left making the left hand side of the green the preferred target. Anything landing to the right of the green makes it difficult to get up and down.

Often called "The Bell Hole" due to the old ships bell that came from a shipbreaker in Briton Ferry that used to be used to inform players on the tee that the green was clear. The bell now resides in the clubhouse and the Neath Bell, an annual Glamorgan Order of Merit tournament, is played for.

This hole offers players their first superb panoramic view over Neath, Port Talbot all the way down to Mumbles Head.

Championship 139 yards
White 139 yards
Yellow 136 yards
Green 122 yards
Ladies 102 yards
Men's Par 3
Ladies Par 3
Men's S.I. 18
Ladies S.I. 18

Neath Golf Club © 2002- 
Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict   Valid CSS