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Cottrell Park Golf Club is set out in the parkland surrounding Cottrell Park, the country house mansion of Mackintosh of Mackintosh, chief of the Clan Chattan and Lord Lieutenant of Inverness-shire, who made his Welsh seat a centre of lavish entertainment and social gatherings. The club has two courses - The 18 hole Mackintosh course and the 9 hole Button Gwinnett course. The Mackintosh course, is named after Alfred Donald Mackintosh of Mackintosh the 28th Chief of Clan Mackintosh and Chief of Clan Chattan, who resided at Cottrell during the 19th and 20th Centuries. The course provides 6,407 challenging yards of golf and has been designed around the original features of the rolling parkland, including a Roman Motte. The championship Mackintosh course has been selected for a number of Welsh Golf Union and Welsh Ladies Golf Union events as well as County Matches. The Button Gwinnett course is named after the Button family who resided at Cottrell Park during the 17th Century. Button Gwinnett, was one of the fifty-six men who assembled at Philadelphia in 1776 to sign the American Declaration of Independence, thus becoming one of America’s immortals, whilst one of his forefathers, Admiral Sir Thomas Button, charted the American north west coast, where he named New Wales, Hopes Checked, Port Nelson, and Button Island. The course offers breathtaking views sweeping northwards as far as the Brecon Beacons and southwards over the Bristol Channel to the Mendips. Whichever course is chosen for play the golfer will experience an excellent challenge within a fabulous environment.
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