Golf courses in Cornwall
The mild climate in Cornwall, combined with the beautiful coastline and enviable reputation as a foodie destination attracts golfers year round. Delighted by many courses that welcome non-members, golfers can enjoy superb courses such as St Mellion, Bowood, St Enodoc and Trevose. Whether it’s a rugged coastal links course or country parkland course with undulating challenges, spectacular views are guaranteed!
Recommended golf courses
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Newquay Golf Club – 18-hole link course with stunning views over the Atlantic.
Mullion Golf Club – the most southerly golf course on the British mainland. The links course covers the rugged cliffs and offers a few tricky holes and a beach visit for the 10th.
Lostwithiel – you’ll be challenged to keep your mind on the game at this 18-hole Par 72 course where the need for accuracy on the undulating greens and fairways is challenged by the coastal views.
St Enodoc Church Course, Rock, Wadebridge – Overlooking the Camel Estuary, the hilly links course is set amongst sand dunes and wild sea grasses. The 6th and 10th holes are particularly challenging. Ranked as the best in Cornwall.
Bowood Park Golf Club, Camelford – Par 72 course set within 230 acres of parkland with plenty of water hazards and a convenient club house proximity to the front and back nine.
Tehidy Park, Camborne – 18-hole par 71 course suitable for all ages.
Trevose Golf & Country Club – Situated at beautiful Constantine Bay, Harry Colt originally designed the course with later revisions from Sir Guy Campbell. A technically challenging and often windswept Championship course ranked as one of the best in the UK, alongside a 9-hole ‘Headland course’ and a ‘Short Course’.
Trethorne Golf Club – A challenging 18-hole golf course measuring a significant 6375 yards off the championship tees.