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The best golf courses in Europe under 80 euros!

01 July 2022
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Jeroen Korving
Every golfer loves to play the best and most iconic golf courses in the world. However, not everyone can afford to pay a few hundred euros or is willing to spend that kind of money just for a round of golf. That's why we decided to give you a hand, although you can also make all kinds of selections by using the filters in our golf club listing pages. It might be quite surprising where you should go if you don't want to break the bank for an 18-hole round.
Tenby Golf Club is one of the true gems of Wales’ idyllic south-west coast (photo credits: Bart Bikker)

If you want to make your own top lists, then just start using our filters! Select a region (for example Europe or Spain) and start fiddling around with those filters!

Below you can find the best affordable golf courses in Europe with the following characteristics:

  • the club needs to have 18 holes or more,
  • the course needs to have a 9.0 or higher,
  • the green fee should be lower than 80 euros, and
  • the price-quality should be higher than an 8.0

If you want great value for money then you need to head to Wales, which we also concluded in 2018 in another blog article: Which golf destination gives you the most bang for your buck? Of the top 10 listed, eight are Welsh golf clubs!

Please note that this article was published in July 2022, so prices can and will change as time goes by.

Tenby Golf Club - Wales

During the low season expect to pay £45 in the winter, during the high season a round of golf will set you back £55.

Ashburnham Golf Club - Wales

You can play for £60 in the winter at Ashburnham GC and £70 during the summer.

Bull Bay Golf Club - Wales

Golfers can play at Bull Bay Golf Club for £45-£50 during the summer (a four ball is even cheaper) and during the winter for only £25.

Orust GK - Sweden

At Orust GK in Sweden prices are still reasonable. During high season you pay 700 SEK (≈ 66 euro) and you will have enough daylight to enjoy your round.

Welshpool Golf Club - Wales

Visitors are very welcome at Welshpool Golf Club during the week and at weekends, expect to pay £30 for 18-holes which is great value for money.

Llandrindod Wells Golf Club - Wales

Llandrindod Wells Golf Club charges a green fee rate of £35 during the week and £40 during the weekends.

Porthmadog Golf Club - Wales

Porthmadog Golf Club also offers great value for money. Per round, you pay £45.00 during the week and £50.00 during the weekend.

Cardigan Golf Club - Wales

 Cardigan Golf Club - also known as Clwb Golff Aberteifi - can be played for £38 during the week or £47 during the weekend.

Abersoch Golf Club - Wales

The green fee rates offer stunning value for money at Abersoch GC. At just £47.50 (or £160 for a fourball) during the week and £49 ( £175 for a fourball) at weekends, the price-quality ratio is great.

Seacroft Golf Club - England

At Seacroft Golf Club you can play from 9.30am - 2pm for £50 during the week and £70 during the weekend. After 2pm prices drop to £35 during the week and £45 during the weekend.

If price is less of a concern to you and you also want to play some of the top golf courses in Wales, then here are the top 10 best golf courses in Wales.

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