Welcome to our essential guide to 10 Of The Best Golf Courses In Cornwall.
With its wild and rugged coast as a backdrop, Cornwall is well-known for having some of the best golf courses in the country.
It’s also of course a top destination for food lovers. And with countless pretty fishing villages, historic houses and gardens and the stunning South West Coast Path to explore, there’s plenty to keep non-golfing companions happy too.
Tredarrup Farm’s luxury holiday cottages are well placed for accessing the whole of Cornwall, being just a short drive from the Atlantic Highway, making this the ideal base for your next golfing holiday.
So here’s our top pick – 10 Of The Best Golf Courses in Cornwall.
Located just a mile from Bodmin and regarded as one of the best golf courses in the South West.
The course hugs the wooded landscape and has numerous natural water features to challenge you. SkyTrak is available in the clubhouse and there’s a great bar and bistro too.
Close to the National Trust estate of the same name, any non-golfers can happily while away their day exploring the house and extensive gardens.
A stunning course set in rolling parkland, with wonderful views and a par 72.
This is an enjoyable course to play for both beginners and scratch players, and has a driving range, putting and chipping greens.
Well-drained and therefore playable year-round, this is our closest course being just 4 miles away at Camelford.
The Point at Polzeath
Benefitting from significant investment in the last few years, The Point now has some of the best greens in Cornwall.
Playing just under 6300 yards off the back tees with wonderful views out to sea. The course presents a real challenge whilst still being suitable for all abilities.
There’s a cracking new bar and restaurant to boot.
One of the country’s top links courses, there are three courses on site making it suitable for all abilities.
Surrounded by the Seven Bays for Seven Days around Padstow, the views out to the Atlantic are magnificent. Though you’ll find the resulting wind can make the courses challenging indeed.
A nine-hole course but with eighteen tees plus a driving range, just along the road from us and 3 miles from Wadebridge.
You’ll find it’s a quiet, friendly course with a challenging layout.
One of the South West’s finest links courses with spectacular views over the coast.
Set amongst the dunes, it’s undulating and features fast greens and blind drives.
One you’ll want to return to play again and again.
Two undulating 18 hole links courses to try, Church and Holywell. With beautiful views over the Camel Estuary and out to Stepper Point.
On the course is the pretty St. Enodoc’s church, the final resting place of the poet laureate Sir John Betjeman. The church was previously buried in the dunes and legend has it that the vicar and the congregation had to be lowered through the roof for the annual church service.
This is both a challenging and beautiful course and is very well-regarded.
Rock is within walking distance. It’s a great place for non-golfing companions to while away a few hours.
An 18 hole links course overlooking the stunning expanse of Fistral beach.
Being on the dunes means the course is in great condition for year-round playing.
A lovely course for both beginners and serious golfers alike, this is par-69 course where you’ll find accuracy is key.
Set in the beautiful Cornish countryside and arguably the most famous course in Cornwall. This one attracts big tournaments and famous names.
You can choose from two courses. The first is the Nicklaus, designed by, and named after, the man himself. And the second is the Kernow.
Tough and challenging, you’ll find 4 holes over 500 yards.
Bude & North Cornwall
Squeezed between the town and the sea, you’ll find undulating fairways and challenging bunkers. Enjoyable by all abilities.
A seaside links course playable all year round featuring tight lies and fast greens.