One of the great attractions of The Churston Golf Course is its delightful situation on the top of the cliffs at the western end of Torbay. Churston lies mid way between Brixham and Paignton and just over six miles from Torquay so, from the point of view accessibility its position is ideal. The course is laid out on a long strip of typical down-land turf that stretches westward along the cliffs towards Brixham. The ground is boldly undulating in character, with no lack of natural features, and the surroundings are much more richly diversified than are usually to be found on courses near the cliffs. The variety of views to be seen from different parts of the course are truly wonderful. On the inland side we have the woods and the rich colouring of the Devon Hills. From the tenth green at the far end, we have a fascinating view of Brixham Harbour, which is worth travelling miles to see, and on our homeward journey along the side of the course nearest the sea we find ourselves gazing over the whole sweep of Torbay with its red and white cliffs, Torquay itself, and a succession of headlands beyond, as far as Teignmouth.