Gwent course Bryn Meadows, which sees 200 girls taking part in weekly golf sessions, has been named Welsh Golf Club of the Year at the Wales Golf Awards.

They collected the award after a fantastic year which has seen their junior membership rise exponentially to over 100, as well as an influx of new ladies who have participated family coaching and membership schemes.

“Bryn Meadows had submitted strong applications in the last two years, but 2017 saw many of their ongoing projects come to a successful fruition,'' said Wales golf chief executive Richard Dixon.

“They carried out surveys with their members which led to them tackling such areas as PGA staff, junior membership, female membership, member retention and improvements to the golf course.''

“They now have more than 100 junior members, have achieved Wales Golf Coaching Centre status and become a Wales Golf Girls Hub with more than 200 girls taking part in weekly sessions.''

“They have also improved female membership, family membership, 40 new 20-30-year-old members in an intermediate category, as well as improving facilities on and off the course.''

“They are a great example that even in these difficult times, golf clubs can adapt and thrive.''

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