18 holes 6507 yards 5951 metres. S.S.S. 71. Also 9 hole par 3 course 2220 yards.
Up on the hills near Polzeath. Quite long but not as near to the sea as some other courses, The Point at Polzeath can still be a slog if it’s windy. The first few holes tend to play into the wind and the fairways are pretty wide enabling you to get into your game.
The back nine is interesting with some well-designed holes. The 10th is a blind dog leg right that falls steeply to the green. The par five 17th is a long draw and as the ground is banked up on the right it really tempts you to give it a smack.
Relatively inexpensive, it is good value as an addition to your tour especially as a twilight.
The course is part of The Point at Polzeath Country club with a large range of holiday accommodation set in several acres of rolling countryside. We offer stay-and-play golf holidays at this venue.