b'The construction of the A holes first mooted in 1956 were completed in 1983. It was the club members who were largely responsible for the design of these holes and a former club champion (Twelve times) P.W.Evans was the prime mover of the layout design. With the addition of the six A holes we may well be the only 23 hole course in the world. These five holes are used to promote junior golf and form part of our junior academy, they are also used during the winter months to allow the championship holes from 11 through to 15 to occasionally rest and be conditioned for the competition months.Over the years the championship status of the course has been enhanced by being recognised by golfs governing bodies for the hosting and co hosting of their various championships. These include the early rounds of the Amateur Championship twice, with our neighbours Royal Porthcawl Golf Club hosting the final matchplay rounds. The Home Internationals - you may recall a young Irish amateur by the name of McIlroy. During the 2009 season the club was honoured to host the Senior Ladies British Open Amateur Championship in September under the guidance of the L.G.U. With Vicki Thomas of Carmarthen becoming the eventual Champion.Pyle and Kenfig Golf Clubs course provides a real challenge for golfers of all ability and with the prevailing winds can turn a relatively sublime mornings golf into an attritional experience when the wind picks up in the afternoon or when the tides are turning. 7'