18 holes 6110 yds Par 70 SSS 70.
An inland parkland course in the countryside around Bodmin and close to the well-known National Trust property, Lanhydrock House (possibly a venue for the non-golfers to visit).
Lanhydrock is relatively short in total length but somehow doesn’t seem it as there are several long par fours. It’s quite mature-looking and there are plenty of trees and lakes to negotiate. There are one or two very tight drives with trees down both sides where even an iron for safety isn’t!
The front nine does have some holes that look a littler bit similar to each other but it gets more varied on the back.
The par three 5th is one of the best short holes you’ll ever play….it looks great, it’s long, it usually needs a utility club or even a wood, and it’s well-protected by water.