Introducing Pembroke Links
Deep, Beautiful Bunkers and Golf in Its Purest Form - to South Wales We Go
Posted on June 21, 2018 at 2:56 PM UTC
Welcome to Golden Tee 2019 Course Logo Week™! By Friday, you will have seen all five new course logos in our upcoming 30th Anniversary Edition of Golden Tee AND read about a) where the course is located and b) some of the unique identifiers that make this course special.
Next week, we’ll take it one step further and show you the first screens shots. But for now, enjoy our first taste of 2019 and intel on where you’ll be teeing off come September.
Across the Atlantic Ocean, golf returns to its roots—to its rugged, long and spectacular origins. Here in Lamphey, South Wales, Pembroke Links provides bold travelers with an opportunity of a lifetime. Ancient ruins can be seen off in the distance; some will even be in play. The Celtic Sea, with the tide methodically coming in and out, creates a rhythm that seems perfect for this style of golf. And then, of course, there is Pembroke’s trademark feature: the bunkers. They are immaculately crafted and reach depths no Golden Tee creation has ever reached before. It would be best to marvel them from a distance rather than from within. This much is certain.