St Enodoc Golf Club
St Enodoc Golf Club is situated in North Cornwall directly opposite the historic fishing port of Padstow. With commanding and spectacular views over the Camel Estuary and Atlantic Ocean it really is one of the most beautiful places to play golf in the South West of the Country.
Please pre book to use the course at the present time.
There are two 18 hole courses
The Holywell – Made up of Par 3’s and 4’s and measuring 4082 yards features a links and parkland layout with the original nine holes being designed by James Braid in 1928 with the following holes being added in 1982 all the features you would expect from a seaside course with a few surprises in between. Ideal for beginners and Juniors or for just a pleasant recreational round that will take approximately 3 hours to complete.
The Church Course - This is a world famous (currently ranked 87th – Top 100Golfcourses.com) championship links golf course. Most remembered not only for the views and terrain of the golf course itself, but also holes like the 6th which features the Himalaya bunker – a 40 foot high dune to navigate over to get to the putting surface, and the signature 10th hole a 457 yard par 4 through a valley at the end of which sits St Enodoc Church, resting place of Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman who wrote many poems about his golfing experiences at St Enodoc.
This James Braid designed par 69 layout with a maximum length of 6557 yards gives a guaranteed challenge to every standard of golfer who visits.
The Clubhouse offers the perfect place to relax either before or after your round, with a great panoramic vista overlooking the Church Course and the sea beyond. Our menu caters to all tastes and is freshly prepared and served to you by our friendly Clubhouse team.
A Driving Range and Short Game practice area and two practice putting greens are all within easy reach of the Clubhouse, as well as a fully stocked Professional Shop and teaching bay.
We look forward to welcoming you.
All visitor information can be found on our website – www.st-enodoc.co.uk