Just where are the best places to play golf in Cornwall? Bring your clubs and enjoy a round at some of the finest courses in the UK – all only a short drive from Kenegie Manor Holiday Park.
If it’s pro golf you’re looking for, then head to West Cornwall Golf Club near St Ives, famous for being the oldest course in England. Located approximately 9 miles away from our Cornwall holiday park, it’s a beautiful 18 hole, par 69 links golf course in Cornwall with amazing views.
The fairways are undulating and there are several blind tee shots, plus golfing here can be tricky when the wind is up. However, the greens are good, quick and smooth with beautiful views over the estuary and sea. Watch out for several places where holes crossover that could cause confusion and delay if busy.
After your game, enjoy a browse in the well-stocked pro’s shop or head to the friendly clubhouse for a drink and something to eat. Find out more here: https://wcgolf.co.uk
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Another golf course with stunning cliff top views is the Cape Cornwall Club near Penzance. This natural golf course in Cornwall presents an 18 hole 69-par course plus the club offers a gym, pool, spa and bar with food. The golf course is approx. 8 miles from Kenegie Manor.
Designed in 1990 by Bob Hamilton, who has also helped design golf courses in Scotland and Singapore, it provides a nice challenge for the club golfer and low handicap golfer alike. Holes 11-13 are particularly memorable and include a par-3 to a green enclosed by a walled garden – site of an old tin mine. Find out more here: https://capecornwallclub.com
Inspire the whole family to play your favourite game with a visit to Penwith Pitch and Putt. This fun golfing activity centre in Cornwall offers a 12 Hole Pitch & Putt and 18 hole Crazy Golf course.
Located approx. 6 miles from Kenegie Holiday Park, this is a gorgeous environment for a day out in the fresh air having fun. You can also try your hand (or foot!) at Football Golf! Using the same rules as golf but instead of using a golf club and ball, players use their foot and a football. It’s a great fun game for old and young alike.
After an afternoon of fun, head to the Clubhouse/Tearoom “Tee Time” for freshly ground coffee or tea and freshly baked cakes. Find out more here: www.penwithpitchandputt.co.uk
Hayle Golf, approx. 9 miles from Kenegie, appears to be steadily growing a nice reputation for its driving range and golf practice centre.
Offering 20 range bays overlooking an extensive, fully floodlit outfield and 12 hole short course, this golf club in Cornwall provides opportunities for new players to learn the game and practice away from the rigours of the full course.
If you are looking to improve your swing, then there are a team of dedicated golf teaching professionals helping players of all levels from beginners to those who have been playing for years. It has a reputation for having a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and the course is perfect for beginners and families playing together, being open but still presenting a challenge. Find out more at www.haylegolf.co.uk
The view of Hayle from West Cornwall Golf Club today. pic.twitter.com/DCZ7RJSeOZ
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So Cornwall’s golfing is all about the stunning views, challenging courses with an option of fun for the whole family. If you’re looking for a self-catering accommodation option in Penzance, then you can find out more about Kenegie Manor Holiday Park here.