18 holes 5953 yards. S.S.S. 69.
This isn’t the hardest course in the county but is very definitely worthwhile.
The course is mainly laid out on the clifftop only a few miles from Plymouth. The views over the rugged coastline and beach are breathtaking, and of course like a lot of clifftop courses it is very tricky in the wind.
The par three 3rd signature hole has a green built inside a crater created by a World War 2 bomb.
The golf course is owned by the family-run Whitsand Bay Hotel, providing good-quality local accommodation and hospitality in this magnificent historical Cornish manor house.
The restaurant is renowned in the area and has won several awards in recent years.
The hotel complex has a fully-equipped leisure centre, a gymnasium, swimming pool and sauna and solarium.