Peter Godsiff

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Cornwall, England's favourite holiday county, offers some glorious golf as a counter-attraction to the beaches, surfing, rugged cliffs, quaint fishing villages, ancient monuments, hamlets, angling, theme parks and gardens. Classic championship links, lush parkland and cliff-top courses, multi-sports complexes with courses on site, par three challenges and driving ranges – Cornwall has them all. And visitors flock to the Duchy to enjoy the unique ambiance, welcoming pubs, hotels and restaurants, clotted cream and Cornish pasties where hotspots and off-course activities are available to suit all the family. The moderate climate makes golfing in Cornwall a pleasant all-the-year round activity, enjoyed by so many.
Carlyon Bay Golf Course

The course adjacent to Carlyon Bay hotel offers stunning views across St Austell Bay. The first nine holes of the spectacular 6,500 yard course stretch along the cliff top, then the course turns inland through beautiful countryside scenery with many natural hazards. The view down the first hole is amazing and the downhill par-five tenth tempts a big drive.

Perranporth Golf Club

A rugged, classic James Braid design links with spectacular views over Perranporth beach. A profusion of blind shots can make life difficult for first-timers. Beautiful fairways, superb, big, slick greens, deep bunkers and often wind to add to the difficulty. A major challenge with a succession of fine holes over the 6,286-yards, par 72, with driveable par fours through narrow dunes, sand hills and different elevations.

West Cornwall Golf Club

West Cornwall dates from 1889 as the oldest in Cornwall overlooking the Atlantic and St Ives Bay. The present site was developed in 1921. A true seaside course with fine turf and numerous natural qualities only 5,884 yards, par 69, wind and storms provide a severe challenge. High above the sea, it wends gently round a church and along a railway line along the shoreline.

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