St Enodoc Golf Club
Wadebridge, Cornwall PL27 6LD
Tel : +44 (0)1208 863216 Fax : +44 (0)1208 862976

St Enodoc Golf Club has 18 hole two courses. To play Church a handicap certificate is required. Holywell is unrestricted.

8 km northwest of Wadebridge

Course Details

Course Name: Church Holes: 18 Yardage: 6207 SSS: 70

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Course Name: Holywell Holes: 18 Yardage: 4165 SSS: 61

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  • St Enodoc Golf Club in Cornwall, England

    a kelham wrote on: May 2, 2009

    after recently playing in the above comp st edonoc really stole my heart after 18 holes i did not want to come off that course it was fantastic a big thank you to green staff the staff employed at the golf club were excellent thank you to them
    as for the members ime very envious of them to be able to play such a magnificant course on a
    regular basis
    well done and much appreciated
    grove golf pro leon warne


  • St Enodoc

    Peter Hodel wrote on: Jun 24, 2005

    Royal Dornoch is often related to the name "Jewel of the North" - and I agree. St Enodoc is at least up to the same standard and I like to call it "the hidden gem of the South". Having played around the Globe I can hardly remember a course leaving such a deep impression on me. It is amongst the 10 best courses I ever played - and there are some very famous names on that list!


  • St. Enodoc Church course

    Joe Rosen wrote on: Feb 18, 2004

    I've played golf all over the world and when I think about going to play somewhere in the world, St. Enodoc would certainly be high on my list of destinations. It is golf as anyone could dream of playing. I don't know why I share this, because of the few times I have been there, it was very quiet and that appeals to me. But go ahead and try this wonderful GEM, not to be missed.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Thomas Roehrich 7/02

    Thomas Roehrich wrote on: Jun 30, 2002

    I´ve been visiting Cornwall for over 25 years now and I have played many courses around the world in the U.S. in all of Europe, in the Caribean, in the far East, Brazil and other places. Sure... there have been great courses, there have been perfectly laid out courses and they were great fun to play and... you all know it is hard to decide which one is best but... when I play at St. Enodoc I just feel... this is golf as it is ment to be... challenging... difficult but rewarding... different allmost every day... fun... and most of all... it seems like the course has always been there. It seems to be part of nature and actually has been for over 100 years. So I can promise... you will like it (may be not the rough)!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Neil Abbott 7/01

    Neil Abbott wrote on: Jun 30, 2001

    Short in yardage, but don't let this deceive you. The green are as good as any, the general condition is excellent a perfect course on which to cut ones golfing teeth. I took my 7 yr old on his first 18 holes and it was ideal and a good oppotunity to sharpen my game. A true course in every respect. The staff @ the club were very friendly and helpful making our visit complete.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews W.A.SPONG, Hdcp 19+ Balmerino Scotland 05/00

    W.A.SPONG, Hdcp 19+ Balmerino Scotland wrote on: Apr 30, 2000

    During a recent family reunion in Cornwall, a group of 7 of us played the Church Course in April 00. This is a golf course, which in every way would be hard to beat. So often in the past we have been subjected to 18 holes that have been 'shoe-horned' into a finite, often very limited acreage, with many undistinguished not dissimilar 'up and down' holes. Not so here. The course encompasses many square miles, and every advantage has been taken of the beautiful natural topography. As they are so individualistic, no two holes can possibly be mistakenly identified, and more than one seaside hamlet is visited en route. The views are fantastic, as is the 'Himalayan' bunker, which guards the 6th green; this monster must vie for the title of the largest natural sand bunker in the world! 'Gook' Champion aged 80+ and still playing off a handicap of 10,would be the caddy to engage here, if an 8 shot advantage is sought.


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Julian Robins 03/00

    Julian Robins wrote on: Feb 29, 2000

    A course as close to perfection as it is possible to conceive!


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Stephen Vincent 11/98

    Stephen Vincent wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    Wow !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have never played a course as good as this in the 15 years I have been playing. We had 8 games of golf whilst in Cornwall at courses such as St Mellion, Trevose, Carlyon Bay but none were a patch on St Endoc. There are many great holes and all are a real challenge. Tight drives, tricky greens and bunkers that appear to have been there since time began. I can not recommend this course highly enough. I have written something nice about it as it is I guess the most enjoyable course I have ever played. I hope it doesn't encourage too many people to want to play there though !!!


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