Situated on the north Cornwall coast, St Enodoc is a rugged, beautiful, classic links, designed by James Braid and yet, because of its comparative absence of length, playable by all.
The main layout is the Church Course but the shorter, Holywell layout also has many fans. The sixth hole features the famed Himalaya bunker, reckoned by some to be the largest in Europe, and on the back nine you play past St Enodoc Church, where poet laureate John Betjeman, who loved the course, is laid to rest.
From the yellow tees St Enodoc plays to a fairly modest 6,108 yards but, because it is a par 69, playing to your handicap still requires the application of concentration and not a little skill.
An added bonus at the club is that, because it sits in a popular holiday area it plays host to many visitors, who are made welcome.
St Enodoc has one of the finest links golf courses in the South West of England with everything you would expect from a James Braid design; undulating fairways, firm greens, some blind shots and all with the added bonus of some of the greatest sea and estuary views on any course in the world.
With its hilly terrain no two holes are the same; it may not be long by today's standards but it is tight with punishing rough and so requires courage and accuracy to cope with some of the problems posed. Any visitor who plays to their handicap here can leave feeling that they have done really well. Come and play the courses and we guarantee that you will want to come back again.
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