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St Enodoc Golf Club on the North Cornwall coast overlooks the Camel Estuary, with Padstow on the far side, and to the North out across the Atlantic. The location on the high sand dunes is ideal for golf combined with stunning sea views.
The club is situated in one of the driest parishes in Cornwall and being on sand is ideal for golf twelve months of the year; even in the depths of winter frost is a rarity thanks to the warm Gulf Stream climate. The area is renowned as a holiday resort and with the advent of the motorway network and the upgrading of the A30 is only about 4 hours drive from London.
The club has two courses; the Church course is the James Braid designed Championship course which in September 2005 the club hosted the English County Finals and the shorter Holywell course which is an ideal course for those wanting slightly less of a challenge.
The club is complete with practice ground, two putting greens and an excellent clubhouse complete with bars and restaurant.
At 6547 yards it is not long by today's standards yet strangely the new course record is 65, only 4 under par so it is far from a push over. It is often said that many links courses are easy if there is no wind - even St. Andrews - but somehow that really does not apply to St Enodoc.
Over the years the club has hosted many top amateur events; including
the English Ladies Amateur Championships in 1993 and 2002 and the
English Counties Championship in 1989 and 2005.
For visitors, men will be asked to produce a handicap certificate of 24 or less and ladies 28. Why do we insist upon it? We feel that with the type of terrain of the course a player needs to have reached a reasonable standard of play in order to relish the course to the full. Players who struggle will certainly go home disappointed and besides will probably have held up a lot of frustrated players behind them. Part of the success of the Holywell course is that it caters for players of all standards.
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