Golf Course Reviews - South West

Golf Course Reviews South West of England

Golf Course Reviews in the South West.

Below you will find our golf course reviews from venues in the South West of England including Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.

Must Plays

Burnham & Berrow (Championship)

Burnham & Berrow Golf Club

"The links at Burnham & Berrow begins at a pulsating pace and rarely lets up until the moment you reach the comfort of the historic 100-year-old clubhouse where you are able to relax and reflect. This is true championship golf of the highest order with the opening three holes epitomising everything that is great and superior about links golf."

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Saunton (East & West)

Saunton Golf Club

"If anyone dare claim there is a better 36 holes of links golf at one golf club in England than at Saunton I'm pretty sure I could make an unquestionable case for this wonderful piece of linksland. One of the things that confirms this for me is, not only the quality of every single hole, but the subtle yet significant differences between the two courses."

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Royal North Devon (Westward Ho!)

Royal North Devon Golf Club

"Royal North Devon, or Westward Ho! as it is often fondly referred to, is a very special place. That much is obvious from the moment you drive into the car park and are informed, by an unmissable sign on the side of the historic clubhouse, that you have just arrived at England's oldest course."

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Parkstone Golf Club

"The biggest compliment I can give to Parkstone is that I cannot think of many inland golf courses in the British Isles that are superior. By my personal reckoning there are less than a dozen and if you factor in that there are around 3,000 in total across England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland this is high praise indeed."

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St. Enodoc (Church)

St. Enodoc Golf Club

"St. Enodoc Golf Club, sitting proudly above the affluent village of Rock on the North Cornish coast, is a much revered and cherished place to play golf. It is held in extremely high regard by a number of notable golfing personnel, institutions and publications."

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Perranporth Golf Club

"If you like your links golf a little bit on the extreme side (I do) then you will love Perranporth. It not only has a ‘wow’ factor, it has several of them! It’s crazy, it’s radical, it’s wild, it’s raw, it’s eccentric, it’s indulgent, it’s fun, it’s frenzied, it’s frantic, it’s quirky and it’s exhilarating. Above all else… it’s a truly amazing golfing experience."

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Highly Recommended

Isle of Purbeck

Isle of Purbeck Golf Club

"The Isle of Purbeck is often noted for its glorious 360 degree panoramic vista over the nature reserve that its engaging holes have been thoughtfully etched through. The views are indeed superb yet the course is every bit their match. The course is unquestionably of its own character, it cannot easily be stereotyped into “links”, “heathland”, “parkland” etc… as we often like to do. This is its ace card."

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Broadstone Golf Club

"Broadstone is a wonderful golf course on a truly amazing property in an area of the country that is quickly establishing itself as a region for top class golf. Traversing some superb golfing terrain it is an idyllic place to play golf with a spaciousness that few other courses can boast."

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Trevose (Championship)

Trevose Golf Club

"Trevose Golf & Country Club is a real darling of the South-West golfing tapestry. Its three courses, on-site accommodation and reputation for excellent catering make it a highly popular and desirable venue for golfers and their families flocking to this part of the country."

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East Devon

East Devon Golf Club

"East Devon, at Budleigh Salterton, is a golf course that had eluded me for far too long. However, I set that matter straight with a visit in the early Spring of 2017 and came away very impressed with how the course played, especially for the time of year. It’s a venue which is quite difficult to build into a high quality multi-course trip."

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Ferndown Golf Club

"Ferndown is one of those golf courses that simply looks the business, the bees knees, the mutts nuts… I could go on. It must be a photographer’s dream. Standing on the first tee you look down the hole and your eyes take in a beautifully defined fairway, a mass of heather-topped frilly bunkers, with flashes of white sand, and glorious pine trees framing the hole. This is just about repeated another 17 times throughout the round."

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Remedy Oak

Remedy Oak Golf Club

"Remedy Oak is a prestigious, exclusive and unique golf course recently constructed in Dorset and was the brainchild of local businessman Bill Riddle. Since opening its doors in 2006 it has quickly established itself as one Southern England’s finest and arguably the best inland course in the country that doesn’t play over a heathland."

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St. Mellion (Nicklaus)

St. Mellion Golf Club

"The four-star St. Mellion International Resort is not short of accolades. The Nicklaus course has been voted the 'Best Golf Course' in the West of England by Today's Golfer Magazine readers and the complex recently ranked 14th in the Top 100 UK & Ireland Golf Resorts."

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Bude & North Cornwall

Bude & North Cornwall Golf Club

"There is uniqueness about Bude & North Cornwall that lovers of true and natural links golf will find not only alluring but extremely exciting. The movement in the land throughout the property and the contouring of the greens is amazing and makes playing here a truly fabulous golfing experience."

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Cleeve Cloud

Bovey Castle

West Cornwall


Burnham & Berrow (Channel)

Best of the Rest

Warren (Dawlish)

Minchinhampton Old


Minehead & West Somerset

Weston Super Mare

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