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Perranporth Golf Club

West England

Par:

72

Holes:

18

Length

6,296 yds

Style

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Perranporth Golf Club Details:

Budnic Hill

Perranporth

Cornwall

TR6 0AB

Tel: 01872 572454 (option 1)

Email: secretary@perranporthgolfclub.co.uk

Web: www.parranporthgolfclub.co.uk

Location: Take Perranporth road off A30. Club overlooks village and is to east of main centre.
Nearest Town: Perranporth
Restrictions: Vouchers valid Mon, Weds & Thursday only between 10.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m. Pre booking required.
Description: A true Links course, Designed by James Braid, with fabulous views across the Atlantic. A fabulous test.

Course Review

Course: Perranporth Golf Club

Date: 01/11/2010

Wow! What an experience. If you like your golf courses manicured with wide open fairways with every blade of grass pointing in the same direction and of precisely the same length and those which are losing colour dyed the preferred shade of vermillion, then don't bother! If, however, you like true links golf and like your golf on the wild side, with stunning scenery’ this is the course for you. It is not overly long, thus suiting some of us whose teeth are beginning to go that way. But virtually every shot has to be threaded round, over or between sand dunes to a blind landing area this is as exciting as golf gets. It would be invidious to single out particular holes - but after a fairly gentle opening par 4, the fun begins. Oh, and once you have found the greens (which at the end of October were in excellent nick) you may think that your troubles are over – forget it. The borrows are sometimes clear - at other times, they sneak up on you to send your ball further and further from the desired pathway to deprive you of that elusive birdie and transform it into a bogie. Add to all this, friendly and approachable members, it makes this course a joy to play. Particular thanks go to the gentleman, who, after I deposited my drive on the 15th behind a sand dune of Himalayan proportions, advised me to take my punishment, not go for the green but to use a seven iron to get back onto the fairway. Admittedly I was lucky. I played the course in glorious autumn sunshine, with only a (fairly) gentle breeze to play the odd trick. What is it like when the wind really blows ? Gulp - I must play it again!

Course: Perranporth Golf Club

Date: 01/11/2010

Wow! What an experience. If you like your golf courses manicured with wide open fairways with every blade of grass pointing in the same direction and of precisely the same length and those which are losing colour dyed the preferred shade of emerald, then don't bother! If, however, you like true links golf and like your golf on the wild side, with stunning scenery’ this is the course for you. It is not overly long, thus suiting some of us whose teeth are beginning to go that way. But virtually every shot has to be threaded round, over or between sand dunes to a blind landing area this is as exciting as golf gets. It would be invidious to single out particular holes - but after a fairly gentle opening par 4, the fun begins. Oh, and once you have found the greens (which at the end of October were in excellent nick) you may think that your troubles are over – forget it. The borrows are sometimes clear - at other times, they sneak up on you to send your ball further and further from the desired pathway to deprive you of that elusive birdie and transform it into a bogie. Add to all this, friendly and approachable members, it makes this course a joy to play. Particular thanks go to the gentleman, who, after I deposited my drive on the 15th behind a sand dune of Himalayan proportions, advised me to take my punishment, not go for the green but to use a seven iron to get back onto the fairway. Admittedly I was lucky. I played the course in glorious autumn sunshine, with only a (fairly) gentle breeze to play the odd trick. What is it like when the wind really blows ? Gulp - I must play it again!

Course: Perranporth Golf Club

Date: 28/10/2011

Great golf course. I played here with a Golf Society that has been going down to Cornwall from the NW of England for 20 years but this was our first (but definitely not last) visit here. We had a great welcome from staff and members alike and then took to the course. We played there, the day after the back end of a hurricane had hit Cornwall (mid Sep) and boy was it windy! The course is a real challenge and although it does have some blind holes, it's not as bad as that might seem. Views were stunning from wherever you were (and take my word for it, I examined a lot of the course!) and the greens are amongst the best I have ever played on. I wouldn't recommend it for complete beginners but it is a joy to play - glad it didn't rain though! Food in the evening was great as well so I would most definitely recommend it. John Brereton - Wigan


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