Trevose Golf & Country Club
Trevose Golf Club is one of the finest Links courses in the UK. Designed by Harry Colt of Augusta National, Pine Valley, Sunningdale, Royal Portrush and Muirfield fame, it is no surprise that Trevose is one of the most popular golfing destinations in the South West of England.
Trevose Golf Club provides breathtaking links golf at the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. As with all true links the wind is always a major factor and means that no two days are ever the same at this magnificent course.
The location means that golf is on offer 12 months of the year and condition is maintained to the highest possible standard. This has lead to Trevose being selected to host some major events in recent years including The Brabazon Trophy (2008), The McGregor Trophy (2012) and the English Men’s County Finals (2017).
Away from the Championship course, Trevose offers a different challenge in the way of the Headland course. Measuring just over 3000 yards the headland course provides a thrilling 9 holes of golf including a truly unique view awaiting you upon your arrival at the 5th green!
The final piece of the jigsaw at Trevose is The Short Course set around the Chapel of St Constantine’s. This par 3/4 course will allow the less experienced golfer to enjoy the delights of Trevose without fighting around the 7000+ yard Championship course. The Short Course is also regularly used by experienced players looking to hone their short game before the main event.
Trevose Golf & Country Club: Course Stats
- Par: Men 72 Women 73
- Course Type: Links
- Length: 7079 yards
Trevose Golf & Country Club: Facilities
Buggy, Trolley and Club Hire
Trevose Golf & Country Club: Local Area
Trevose Golf Club is situated on the coast about 5 miles from Padstow. Surrounded by 7 bays and the village of St Merryn, Trevose is the perfect place for a golf tour stop or a beach & golf holiday. Trevose features a fantastic on site restaurant. However you can also visit the near by Farmers Arms, Rick Stein owned Cornish Arms or grab some fish and chips from the famous Fryer Tucks.