St Enodoc Golf Club (www.st-enodoc.co.uk) in Rock, Cornwall, is offering golfers an ideal way to see off the winter golf blues with a round over its Holywell Course for just £15 per person from now until March 31st.
Eighteen holes of golf over the Holywell gives you the chance to embrace the outdoors, enjoy some fresh air and stunning sea views and get your game in shape after the festive break.
If your regular golf course is on temporary greens or closed due to adverse weather, the Holywell makes an excellent inexpensive alternative as it’s rarely, if ever, closed and at just over 4,000 yards provides a decent golfing challenge, yet won’t take much more than two hours to complete.
It’s also a fantastic opportunity to introduce youngsters to the game and entertain children in the great outdoors for a giveaway green fee of only £7.50 for kids which works out at around £3.75 per hour!
Whilst the championship Church Course at St Enodoc enjoys a reputation as one of England’s finest courses, the lesser-known Holywell Course, which offers 18 holes of links-style golf, should not be discounted.
Over the last couple of years, the club has invested an enormous amount of time and effort in upgrading the Holywell so visitors can expect excellent course conditions that meet the same high standards as those on the main championship course.
The 4,082 yard layout, made up of par 3s and par 4s only, means it is not overly long but certainly no pushover with its undulating fairways and fast-paced, target greens. However it is manageable for players of all abilities and ages and so ideally suited to groups of friends and families.
There’s generally no need to book in advance (though advisable to call ahead to avoid disappointment) and is accessible to all with no need for any official handicap to play.
St Enodoc boasts a comprehensive warm-up and practice area whilst post golf, visitors are welcome in the clubhouse bar and restaurant for a drink or light snack.