As noted in my blog for VisitWales about Pennard Golf Club, despite the gray rainy weather that hung around for most of the round, I couldn’t stop taking photos of the course and especially the ruins of Pennard Castle on the grounds. (And as the sunny photos prove, imagine what it looks like when it’s nice!) The VisitWales blog used two photos of the course, which I’ll repeat here along with a few more. No need for captions other than these were all taken on Saturday, August 14 (my wedding anniversary, by the way), while in the company of two past presidents of the club, John Mahoney and Keith Gwyn; one couldn’t ask for better companions (and bar mates). This is one of the courses I unequivocally recommend for any traveling golfer in Wales. In fact, golfers should use Pennard (as well as Nefyn & District, Tenby, Porthcawl, and others) as reasons enough to make a special golf trip to Wales. They will not be disappointed!