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Hole 13 – The Fort

Standing on the tee the golfer is looking directly East down the fairway towards Gellyswick bay with the Napoleonic Fort on the hill, the Port Authority building is to the right of the fort.

The Fort Hole is a very slight dog leg to the left and is a Par 4. It has a wide fairway which is guarded on both sides by conifer trees.

The Green is flat and has a bunker to the front right of the green, it slopes down on both sides and at the back which will make a par more difficult.

If the ball catches the slope in front of the green the shot will usually end up over the back of it.


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A genuine surprise when I stumbled across it last spring. Milford Haven is packed with variety and interest both on and off the course. A hidden Welsh Gem.

Golf Monthly - Rob Smith

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Scott Quinnell

Excellent course. Very challenging. Greens true and quick. Great golfing day out with some incredible views.


Just wanted to say what a fantastic course MHGC is. In addition to the great hospitality there is a great course which offers a great challenge.

TripAdvisor - Leighg64

A real gem of a golf course and a very friendly welcome too. The course makes great use of the topography, thoughtfully designed and challenging even for lower handicaps. Quite a few holes where course knowledge a definite advantage. Highly recommend a visit.

Google Review

★★★★★, Excellent golf course with great practice facilities, the course was in brilliant condition and the new 18th hole is a great closing hole. The pro, Bar and club members are friendly before and after your round. Food and beers are excellent value with the food being great quality. We had Sunday lunch the 3 courses were fantastic, piping hot and full of flavour. We will be returning and recommending to friends.

Matthew Prior