St Enodoc Golf Club (www.st-enodoc.co.uk), home to the highly-revered Church Course, has restructured the pricing for the forthcoming winter season in order to make golf over its championship layout more appealing to small groups with individual green fees starting from as low as £37.50 per person.
Available on weekdays from now until March 31st, 2020, 13 golfers or more will be charged £37.50 whilst golfers playing in a group of between five and 12 will pay £40 per green fee. A regular fourball group is priced at £170, costing each player £42.50, which is exactly half the price of a summer green fee.
This represents incredible value for a golf course that is regularly featured very high in the numerous rankings featuring golf courses in England, especially as golfers are never asked to play from temporary greens or tees in the dead of winter, even when many courses in the area may be either closed or restricted in use.
Indeed thanks to the temperate climate in this part of Cornwall and the natural drainage delivered by the dunes on which the course is set means that the greenkeeping staff is able to maintain the course in great condition throughout the winter.
Visitors in the off season will also be able to benefit from a course that is not half as busy as it is in the height of the holiday season as Cornwall continues to be a popular summer destination for both the British and the Europeans.
In addition to playing one of James Braid’s most beguiling links layouts, golfers will enjoy some of the most spectacular sea and estuary views of any 18 holes in the world and will even get to take on the famous Himalaya Bunker on the 6th hole which is reputedly the highest one in Europe.
And for anyone who is up for an extra 18 holes of golf, there’s always the club’s second course, the lesser-known Holywell Course. Like the Church Course, The Holywell is a full 18 holes of links-style golf though over a shorter, less-demanding layout which can be played in just over two hours so you shouldn’t run out of time, even in the shorter days of winter. And with a winter green fee priced at just £15, it certainly won’t break the bank.
After golf, visitors can relax in the clubhouse overlooking the 18th fairway and Camel Estuary beyond and should any post-round refreshment be needed, the club can tailor catering to each group to suit all tastes and requirements.
For information on St Enodoc golf breaks, click on www.st-enodoc.co.uk/visitors/devon-and-cornwall-links/
St Enodoc Golf Club www.st-enodoc.co.uk
Pictured top: The 6th green at St Enodoc with the 4th hole in the background