Certainly a quixotic and rather hilly course, set amidst towering sand dunes clad with tufts of wild sea grasses
With dramatic views across the golden sandy shore of Booby’s Bay to the rugged coastline, this golf course is sheer drama
Located in the Tamar Valley, on what was once rolling farmland. Bodmin Moor is not too far away but you need look no further – the beast is the Nicklaus Course
Probably one of the most underrated Links courses in the South West of England. The stunning views are worthy of the excellent value green fee alone
BUDE AND NORTH CORNWALL
Extends to just over 6,000 yards from the back markers but it’s modest overall length packs a punch late in the round
With panoramic views over St Ives Bay, this is a testing seaside course.
Engalnd’s most southerly course and it’s a beauty, set spectacularly on the cliffs of the Cornish Lizard peninsula.
With glorious views across the headland and the famous surfing beach of Fistral, Newquay Gold Club is an exciting golf course that plays in links-like style with the added challenge of fickle sea breazes.
Laid out within 230 acres of the 14th century hunting estate that belonged to Edward of Woodstock, Duke of Cornwall and the Prince of Wales.
POINT AT POLZEATH
Located 2 miles north of Rock, this course is set dramatically within 230 acres of undulating parkland where the views of the Pentire Headland and the island of Newlands simply have to be savoured.