Royal North Devon Golf Club
Royal North Devon Golf Club at Westward Ho! is the oldest golf course in England. A rolling links course offering stunning views of the Taw & Torridge Estuary and the Atlantic Ocean and a venue of real historical importance.
Part of the Atlantic links network, Royal North Devon provides golfers with a true traditional links test. The Championship course stretches out over 7,000 yards and provides a stiff test for golfers, especially when the wind blows!
Ideally located in Westward Ho! near Bideford and an integral piece in North Devon’s sterling golfing reputation. Royal North Devon is as traditional a links course as you will find. Rolling fairways and bunker protected greens, along with seaside golf makes this a course you will never forget.
Ranked in the “Top 100 courses a golfer must play in the World”, RND is simply one of the UK’s, not just the South West’s, best-golfing destinations.
Oldest golf course in England
Golf World ‘s “Top 100 Courses in the World” that a golfer “must play”
Royal North Devon Golf Club: Course Information
Par: Men 72 Women 73
Course Type: Links
Length: 7044 yards
Royal North Devon Golf Club: Facilities
Championship links golf course
Short game area
Royal North Devon Golf Club: Local Area
Set in the beautiful seaside village of Westward Ho! near Bideford, Royal North Devon is ideally located near stunning beaches, coastal walks and an almost central point to the towns of Barnstaple and Bude.
We recommend staying at the Royal Bideford Hotel if you would like to be nearby. Otherwise, and the more popular option is to stay in Barnstaple and take on the two nearby Saunton courses across a 2 night and 3 round golf tour.