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5 Golf Spots In Cornwall

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Golf is a loved sport throughout England, and Cornwall provides a haven for fantastic courses nestled in the countryside.

What better way to spend the Easter weekend than heading to the gold course and playing a few rounds with friends? Let’s find out where you can visit this weekend, for beginners and pros for a day out in the Cornish fresh air.

St Enodoc Golf Club

St Enodoc is ranked 99th in the world. Making it an unmissable destination to play golf. With a James Braid design, undulating fairways, firm greens, blind spots and to top it all off – stunning sea views.

Situated high on the sand dunes, it will be an experience of relaxation, surrounded by beauty. As the golf course is situated on sand, this makes it the perfect location to play golf throughout the year.

St Enodoc is a great location to discover besides golf. Close by, you could visit The Camel Estuary or the vibrant town of Padstow, The Eden Project is also near.

The club has two courses; the Church course is the James Braid designed Championship course, ideal for professionals. Holywell course provides a shorter course, ideal for those wanting less of a challenge.

There is also a lovely restaurant and bar area for those who need to refuel after a busy day on the green.

There’s so much to explore around St Enodoc, and golf is just one.

Trevose Golf and Country Club

Situated in Padstow, Trevose Golf and Country Club offers three golf courses, ideal for golfers of all standards.

The Championship Course is one of the top links courses in the British Isles. Designed by Harry Colt, this course is perfect for a unique experience, all year round.

The Headland Course is a 9 hole, designed by Peter Alliss providing a challenging design and fast greens. On this course you will find 3,000 yards of green heading out to Trevose Head, surrounded by beautiful views of the sea.

The Short Course is perfect for beginners, juniors and for those wanting to work on their skills. It’s set in the ruins of Chapel of St Constantine, creating a lovely spot for those who want to find their feet with golf.

Perranporth Golf Club

Perranporth Golf Club is situated on the stunning North coast of Cornwall.

The courses are both challenging and well-maintained, creating a wonderful experience surrounded by breath-taking views of the coast.

Welcoming golf societies and visitors, it’s a great chance to get out in the fresh air and enjoy this amazing sport.

If you are searching for golf lessons, this could be the perfect spot to brush up your game. Perranporth have a state-of-the-art golf teaching academy, creating an enjoyable experience to learn new skills among professionals for you to reach your desired targets.

Remember to step back and admire the gorgeous views as you play. At 6296 yards and par 72, it provides a challenge for everyone, making you want to come back for more.

Bude and North Cornwall Golf Club

Bude and North Cornwall Golf Club is the perfect golfing spot with a challenging 18 holes.

You’ll be surrounded by breath taking Cornish coast and the course can be enjoyed throughout the year.

The course is close to the town centre, therefore it’s a great area to explore. Surrounded by beautiful beaches, coastal paths and Bude canal – you could bring the whole family to enjoy a day spend in this beautiful part of Cornwall.

All visitors are warmly welcomed to Bude and North Cornwall Golf Club. There’s plenty of accommodation available close by, with many offering great discounted green fees.

Tehidy Park Golf Club

Tehidy Park Golf Club provides a relaxed setting, with beautiful views of the Cornish countryside. All skill levels are warmly welcomed to this 18-hole par 71 parkland course.

The club provides top value golf packages to fit your needs. Peek inside the club’s professional shop, or grab yourself a golf lesson from their friendly club professional.

With open holes, some with streams at strategic points, and many with tree-lined fairways and 9 holes where out of bounds comes into play.

There’s so many great golf clubs with challenging courses, surrounded by stunning views all across Cornwall. Which one will you choose?

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