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Padeswood & Buckley
Golf Club

Padeswood & Buckley Golf Club was established in 1933 and rests amidst the sleep Clwydian Hills in North Wales, and fifteen miles west of the histortic city of Chester.

A Brief History of Padeswood & Buckley

The club would not be in existence today had it not been for the enterprise of Arthur Joseph. The first record we have of a golf club at Padeswood is on the 1912 OS map which shows Mold Golf Club occupying the land on the right of Station Lane. The course remained until 1922 when the members moved to Pantymwyn. Some documentation, however, suggests that the Mold club was at Padeswood as early as 1909 although no actual records have been found. The Padeswood course was left derelict until 1932 when Arthur Joseph, holidaying in the area, spotted an ideal prospect and decided that he could make the land into a good golf course.


Snap Shots of the Course

A view towards the Welsh Hills and this beautiful 18th Green here at Padeswood & Buckley Golf Club.  Looking back towards the tee box of this lovely par 3 up to a very elevated green. One of the most interesting shots you will play.

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A stunning view across the lake of the short Par 3 14th hole. A tricky tee shot towards Moel Famau, the highest peak in the Clwydian Hills.  Typically, you will play this shot into the wind, so club down to eliminate the danger of falling short.

A slightly elevated tee box sits at the foot of the hill towards the 18th green. With out of bounds left, and right, club choice here is paramount especially if the flag position is front right of this elevated green.

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