Golf

Courses, Clubs and Golfing Equipment in Cornwall

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  • Launceston Golf Club / Launceston

    This parkland course offers 6385 yards of golf with a par of 70. The elevated position provides spectacular views over both Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor and to the town and castle
  • St Austell Golf Club / St Austell

    Undulating parkland / heathland course which provides a test for both beginners and low handicappers alike. Facilities include floodlit driving range and a well equipped bar! 6091 yards, par 69.
  • Newquay Golf Club / Newquay

    Par 69 links course overlooking the UK's premier surfing beach, Fistral. Exposed to the elements this course can throw up some challenging conditions
  • Whitsand Bay Hotel Golf Club / Portwrinkle

    Cliff top course offering dramatic views out over Portwrinkle beach and the coast beyond. Laid out in 1905 this 69 par course offers a mix of straightforward and challenging holes
  • Trevose Golf & Country Club / Padstow

    Trevose features 3 courses. An 18 hole championship course and 2 nine hole courses. A quality course with stunning views over Constantine Bay and plenty of facilities in the club complex
  • St Mellion Hotel Golf & Country Club / Saltash

    36 holes of stunning golf set in 450 acres. Includies the Jack Nicklaus signature course, a golf academy, resort golf shop, a choice of restaurants, bars and plenty of accommodation options
  • West Cornwall Golf Club / Lelant

    Set overlooking St Ives Bay, the club offers just under 6000 yards of play. This is the oldest club in Cornwall
  • Looe Golf Club / Looe

    A heath and parkland course set in stunning countryside with panoramic views to the coast and moors. This par 70 course was designed by six times Open winner Harry Vardon
  • Roserrow Golf & Country Club / St Minver

    Par 72, 6551 yard 18 hole golf course in beautiful North Cornwall, incorporating a wooded valley with a stream with views towards Polzeath beach. Plenty of facilities on offer at the attached country club
  • Perranporth Golf Club / Perranporth

    Championship standard links course with spectacular coastal views. Designed by James Braid in 1927 this 6296 yard par 72 course should appeal to all levels of player

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