St. Enodoc Golf Club - Church Course
|Red (W)||73||5718 yards|
|Blue/White M: 70.1/117||528||448||440||323||172||428||395||165||393||3292||457||232||396||395||382||168||560||206||469||3265||6557|
|White M: 67.7/115||518||438||436||292||161||378||394||155||393||3165||457||205||386||360||355||168||551||206||446||3134||6299|
|Yellow M: 66.2/111||506||428||426||279||151||364||384||150||388||3076||452||181||373||349||350||152||539||200||436||3032||6108|
|Red W: 71.2/121||466||406||414||237||145||325||384||130||345||2852||449||168||358||327||305||146||501||194||418||2866||5718|
Must play linsk course
St. Enodoc provides an almost spiritual golfing experience, from the famous 6th hole with Himalayan bunker, to the stunning views over the Camel estuary and St. Enodoc's church adjacent to the 10th green. I consider a new course to be a success if I remember every hole and this did not disappoint, with huge variety and memorable quirks. Greens were exceptional for November, with subtle breaks and good speed. Fairways fast and undulating. Massive dunes are a no go area if continued ball ownership is a requirement. Stand out holes for me were 3, a downhill par 4 over a small road and ancient stone wall, 6' over the massive Himalayan mountain bunker and 16, a long par 5 along the water. All were memorable though, as was the service in the clubhouse and all facilities. Go there if you have the slightest opportunity.