St Enodoc is home to one of the finest links courses in the South West of England, and also possesses some truly awe-inspiring views, particularly of the coastline and the estuary. With a golfing history that can be traced back to 1888, St Enodoc boasts two full 18-hole layouts.
The Church Course is a James Braid design that has a terrific reputation for the quality of its links layout. Carved through some enormous dunes are a collection of fascinating and challenging holes that amass a testing par of 69. From the championship markers, the course is barely over 6,500yards, but it is a formidable and enjoyable proposition.
The second course at St Enodoc is the charming Holywell, which encompasses holes originally designed by Braid, and was extended to it's full length in 1982. There are now nine par-3s and nine par-4s, which accumulate to form an extremely enjoyable golfing experience.
outstanding course, in beautiful condition, warm welcome in the club house, O how I wish I could play there every week.
Conditions were dry but very windy. The starter apologised for the condition of the fairways which had not recovered fully from last year's drought but winter rules were still applying. Because of the wind the course was especially tough but still an enjoyable experience.
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