About Us
Tenby Golf Club is one of the true gems of Wales’ idyllic south-west coast. Set among a patchwork of rolling green terrain and wild dunes, Tenby boasts a classic 18-hole links course and a variety of challenges which will test golfers at every level.

With a selection of mouth-watering “stay and play“ offers throughout the year, the time is always ripe to grab your clubs and sample this very special place.


Rhys Harry - Head PGA Professional
I began my post as Head Professional at Wales’ Oldest Golf Club in June 2007. This followed my role as Head Assistant at Royal Porthcawl Golf Club, where I worked for almost eleven years. This work experience provided a great platform to develop me into the Golf Professional I am today. I was a Top 10 Qualifier from the European School of Excellence and achieved a Titleist Award for Outstanding Excellence. I have also received the award for Welsh PGA Professional of the Year in 2009 at the glittering, star studded Ryder Cup Dinner.

Rhys has a love of playing the game, but has an obvious passion for coaching players of all abilities and retailing at the highest standards.

“Investing in your Golf, be it modern Technology or Lessons, will enhance your enjoyment of the game you love!"



Thomas Hilling - Assistant PGA Professional
Thomas has been an assistant at Tenby Golf Club since 2004. Since his time at Tenby, Thomas has gained a loyal client base throughout Pembrokeshire. He has a love for the game and enjoys competing in West Region Professional events. His role at Tenby is expansive but his passion is golf coaching. Tom currently teaches not only his own adult clients but helps with the Tenby junior squad and is coach to South Pembrokeshire Golf Club.

Thomas works alongside Sports Pembrokeshire to deliver golf lessons at schools across the County and in 2009 was nominated in two categories at the Annual awards evening; ‘Contribution to Schools Award’ as well as ‘County Coach of the Year’.

“80% of your golf is played from 100 yards and in, your practice should be focused and should reflect this statistic”