It may only have opened its doors to the golfing public in 1996 but this Caerphilly mountain course, a quaint little nine-holer, is very much the archetypal hidden gem. So much so that, despite its relatively short existence and location next to some of the bigger names in South Wales golfing circles, society golfers and visiting groups are advised to book in advance in order to secure a suitable tee time. The course is always in good condition and provides an eventual and memorable round. After your round you can relax in the small, quaint clubhouse and mingle with the locals who are a friendly bunch. A 22-bay driving range is also on site.