Although the present Golf Club dates from 1931 the origins can be traced back to 1894 when Major Harold St Maur created a 9- hole course on his own estate, which was interwoven with the Stover pheasant shoot. The present trolley shed was the pheasant-rearing shed! In 1931 work commenced on constructing a James Braid designed golf course at the present location.
The back 9 holes are narrow and good course management is essential. A flat easy-walking course, it is popular with players of more senior years who can play an additional 9 or 18 holes without undue problems.
In 2006, Stover Golf Club hosted the British Heart Foundation Junior Qualifier, the Devon County Golf Day, the DCLGA Bronze Meeting, the DPGA Team Championships, the Devon Girls Championships and the Bader Cup Regional Finals.
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