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Our Mackintosh course is a True Parkland par 72 course

The Mackintosh course offers a completely different golf challenge to the Button Gwinnett and is designed around the original features of the historic parkland trees. The course again boasts some water features, with several doglegs and finishes with a strong Par 4 18th hole. To have two different courses on the same resort is unique.

The course gets its name from past Cottrell resident, Alfred Donald Mackintosh of Mackintosh the 28th Chief of Clan Mackintosh and Chief of Clan Chattan. Living at Cottrell until his death in 1938, Mackintosh made his Welsh seat a centre of lavish entertainment and social gatherings.

The Mackintosh Golf Course at Cottrell Park, South Wales - An overview of our golf course with the presence of many scattered trees

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