Whether you’re a seasoned pro, a budding beginner or looking for a great family day out, Cornwall has some extraordinary golf courses to discover - whatever your handicap. Whether you’re tee-ing off to the sound or crashing waves, or potting a hole-in-one amid the tranquillity of lush countryside – the county’s courses will treat your senses and challenge your game.

St Mellion International Resort

Golf at St Mellion International Resort - Hotel in Cornwall

If you’re looking for a course with a hint of prestige, head to the St Mellion International Resort. This superb 18-hole course was designed by legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus and although only 6,000 yards long, offers plenty of stand out holes and inspiring fairways.

The Carlyon Bay Hotel


Want to play and stay? This luxury 4*hotel features an outstanding 18-hole course surrounded by sea views - the perfect backdrop for a game of golf, especially as the first 10 holes are played on the cliff-top. At the Carlyon you’ll also find luxury rooms, and an outstanding restaurant and spa – the perfect place to relax after a day out on the fairway.

St Enodoc Golf Course

Beaches in Cornwall - Daymer Bay

Tee-ing off at the St Enodoc Golf Course is an experience to remember. Situated between towering sand dunes and surrounded by the undulating landscape of the north Cornish coastline, with panoramic views of the estuary beyond – it’s the ultimate paradise.

Cape Cornwall Golf Course

Cape Cornwall is the first and last 18-hole golf course in Britain. Open 364 days a year, the quirky Par 70 course is a fair test for even the most seasoned of players, especially in windy conditions. Set on a cliff top over looking stunning azure waters and Poldark’s Briston rocks – this course should be on every golfers lifetime itinerary.

Tregenna Castle Hotel

Hotels in Cornwall - Tregenna Castle

The President’s Golf Course at the Tregenna Castle hotel is one of the mot scenic in the county – with far reaching views of St Ives and the horizon beyond. Once you’ve completed the obligatorily 18, why not explore the 19th hole in the Castle Bar and Brasserie?

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