Cornwall is home to a number of stunning golf courses, some parkland and undulating, along with some challenging courses along the coastline too. Take a look below at some of our favourite courses.
Carlyon Bay Hotel
Discover the joy of playing one of the country’s finest golf courses. This 18 hole Championship Golf Course is the finest cliff top course in Cornwall and one of the most spectacular championship golf courses to be found anywhere. You play the first 10 holes right along the cliff side and most of the course yields breathtaking views across St Austell Bay. The Par 72 golf course is complemented by a superb six acre practice ground, two excellent putting greens and a nine hole approach course. All these facilities make it the finest course in Cornwall for golf tuition.
St. Enodoc Golf Club
St Enodoc Golf Club on the North Cornwall coast overlooks the Camel Estuary, with Padstow on the far side, and to the North out across the Atlantic. The location on the high sand dunes is ideal for golf combined with stunning sea views. Play one of two outstanding golf courses; Church Course: The Church course is a James Braid design that enjoys a justified reputation as one of the West Country's finest links layouts. Holywell Course: The Holywell course is maintained to a very high standard and provides a real test of skill for golfers of any handicap.
Newquay Golf Club
One of Cornwall’s finest links courses with magnificent views over the Atlantic Ocean. A picturesque 18 hole course is located in the heart of the county and offers a wonderful introduction to Links Golf to everyone, from beginners to serious golfers. Newquay’s enjoyable course will see you returning to play time and time again. The excellent condition of the course means you can enjoy a golfing challenge all year round.
Trevose Golf & Country Club
Cornwall’s Trevose Golf and Country Club offers three golf courses, catering for golfers of all standards. Championship Course: As you stand on the intimidating 1st tee, with all 18 holes laid out in front of you, the sights and sounds of the Atlantic Ocean will take your breath away. In keeping with most Colt designs the course is set out in two loops of 9 holes. Headland Course: Opened in 1993, by Peter Alliss, the Headland Course is less busy than the Championship Course, but with comparable course conditions it will ensure golfers of all abilities enjoy the test. Short Course: The Short Course provides an excellent test of golf for beginners and juniors.
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