English Golf Courses

Churston Golf Club

Tel: 01803842751    Address: The Clubhouse, Churston, Devon, TQ5 0LA

Key Features

Type: Downland/Parkland    Length: 6246    Par: 70    Telephone: 01803842751

Course Description

Founded in 1890, the course at Churston Golf Club was designed by Harry Colt, a famous golf course architect who was responsible for many of the fine courses enjoyed by club golfers all across the country. It is laid out along the stunning clifftops of Devon and benefits from exceptional views of the surrounding countryside, amongst the best anywhere in the United Kingdom.

Many of the fairways here are quite narrow and require deadly certain accuracy from the tees, and some of the holes are quite long too, so no doubt that'll have the big hitters amongst you licking your lips in anticipation. Good course management, a good temperament and unflinching concentration are vital if you are to perform well here.

Green Fees

Weekday: Round Ticket - ££
Weekday: Day Ticket - £££
Weekend: Round Ticket - ££
Weekday: Day Ticket - £££
Green Fee Key - £1-£15=£   £16-£30 = ££   £31-£50 = £££   £50+ =££££

Directions to Churston Golf Club

5 miles South of Torquay.

Ways to contact the golf club directly

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Golf Club Facilities

Trolley Hire


Catering


Clubhouse


Shower Available


Changing Rooms


Proshop


Putting Area


Tuition Available


Conference Facilities


Function Room Available


Event Management


Society Golf




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