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Trevose Golf & Country Club
Cornwall’s Trevose Golf and Country Club offers three golf courses,
catering for golfers of all standards
Opened in 1925 the Championship Course has played host to The Brabazon Trophy (2008), The McGregor Trophy (2012) and the English Men’s County Finals (2017) in recent years. Ranked as one of the top links courses in the British Isles it offers a unique golfing experience, 12 months of the year.
Along with the likes of Augusta National, Pine Valley, Sunningdale, Royal Portrush and Muirfield Trevose is in good company within the ‘Colt’ family of courses.
As you stand on the intimidating 1st tee, with all 18 holes laid out in front of you, the sights and sounds of the Atlantic Ocean will take your breath away. In keeping with most Colt designs the course is set out in two loops of 9 holes. The front 9 holes hug the sand dunes and coastline, offering some spectacular views out to sea. The back 9 holes offer a different, but no less demanding, test of golf as you head inland and then back towards the clubhouse.
Like all great links courses the difficulty lies in the wind – so beware when the wind blows! No two days are ever the same, and those who are prepared to be more creative with their shot making will be well rewarded.
The greens are often wide and the fairways generous, but trouble awaits any errant shots. The rough can be penal in places, and watch out for the carefully crafted bunkers that are strategically placed throughout the course. Come rain or shine, wind or calm Trevose will test every shot in your armoury and every club in your bag!
Opened in 1993, by Peter Alliss, the Headland Course is less busy than the Championship Course, but with comparable course conditions it will ensure golfers of all abilities enjoy the test.
All formats of play are accepted on this course at all times and we welcome courteous golfers. It is not necessary to reserve a tee time but all golfers should report to reception to pay their green fee before going out to play.
Whether you’re an experienced golfer looking to fine tune your game, less experienced (intermediate level) but looking to improve your skills or simply looking for a course to try out some new tips picked up from the Professional then this course is for you.
Measuring a little over 3,000 yards the course winds its way out to Trevose Head, opening up one of the most picturesque views you are ever likely to find on a golf course. As you approach the 5th green you will see nothing but ocean and the huge expanse of coastline that stretches for as far as the eye can see – on a clear day you can see all the way down to St. Ives.
The Short Course provides an excellent test of golf for beginners and juniors.
Many Members and visitors started their golfing careers here and continue to call upon its services to iron out any gremlins that may have crept in to their game!
So if you’re looking for a place to re-launch your golf career, or you’re just looking to give-golf-a-go then look no further than this little gem.
Like its two big brothers (The Championship and Headland Courses) it is always in excellent condition, with greens prepared to a consistently high standard.
Set in and around the ruins of the Chapel of St Constantine (dating back to C15) the Short Course provides an excellent test of golf for beginners and juniors and, equally, for the seasoned golfer wanting to brush up on their short game.
Each hole provides its own unique challenge, and it’s the perfect place to try out new shots, fine tune your skills or put in to practice the lessons learnt from our teaching Professionals.
This course has something for everyone and if you’re embarking on your maiden golfing experience you will find it enormous fun.
It is not necessary to reserve a tee time, but golfers must report to the reception to pay your green fee before starting out on your round.
Constantine Bay, Padstow, Cornwall, PL28 8JB