Cornwall is not just a top holiday destination for families and couples. In fact, there are a huge number of activities for single or other group travellers to enjoy in the area, one of them being golf. Cornwall boasts quality golf courses with breathtaking views, whether the on the coastline or in the stunning green, rolling countryside.
If you are planning a golfing holiday to Cornwall or want to go for a few rounds during your holiday, here are the some of golf clubs you should not miss.
1. Trevose golf course
Close to the picture-perfect village of Constantine, this golf course has been operating since 1925. You will also be rewarded with a great view of the Atlantic Ocean while you play. If you have less time, you can opt for just a short 3 course, but you can also do the full length 9 one and the Championship course. Afterward, you can relax at the bar facing the coast or even go for a meal at the restaurant where they serve fresh and local produce.
2. St. Enodoc golf course
Close to Padstow, you will also have fantastic views of the Camel Estuary. Golfers have access to 2 courses, the Church course and the Holywell course, which is shorter and easier. There are also 2 bars with an outside deck to relax and look at the first and 18th hole, as well as out into the sea. The Rock area also has many self catering holiday cottages for rent, if you are looking for accommodation.
3. West Cornwall golf course
This is the oldest golf course in the area and remains a favourite due to the wonderful course. This has been designed and moulded to the natural sand dunes that can be found in the Hayle Estuary and the Porth Kidney Sands. Moreover, almost every hole will reward players with fantastic views.
The course provides a challenge for all players, regardless of their ability. The area surrounding the course, St. Ives, is also home to many art galleries to visit after your game.
4. Looe golf course
Designed by Harry Vardon, six-time open champion, this course is found in the famous tourist destination of Looe. On either side, there are estuaries, namely the Dart and the Tamar estuary. The Looe island and the channel, and the countryside can be some of the views you can enjoy while playing here.
5. Bude golf club
This golf course can easily be reached by foot from the town, with 18 challenging holes for players. Because of its adequate drainage, you can also play all year round. And like the other courses, there are breathtaking views of the sea. Beyond that, stay until the sunset and have the best experience ever. The restaurant and bar attract locals and players who want to sit outside to eat and drink overlooking the sea. Because of its location, you can also explore golf courses across the border in Devon during your visit.
These are just 5 of the wonderful sea view golf courses in the area that draw players to Cornwall. So if you have planned your holiday here, you can also spend a day hitting a few rounds.