St. Enodoc Golf Club: Church

Wadebridge, Cornwall, England Private


This is St. Enodoc’s second appearance on this list since the inaugural World’s 100 Greatest Courses ranking in 2014, when it came in at No. 99. The layout, located in Cornwall in the extreme southwest corner of England, traverses some of the most ideal natural golf land in the UK, bumping through sand hills on the banks of the River Carmel estuary. The routing takes full advantage of the land, turning, twisting and crossing as it works out to far fields, having too much fun to be in any hurry home. One of the world’s most famous hazards is located here, the Himalaya bunker on the short, blind par-4 sixth, a massive crater carved into a dune that was once over 70-feet high, though less so now due to wind and erosion.


Holes 18
Length 6557
Facility Type Private
Year Opened 1890
Designer James Braid (1907 & 1937); Tom Simpson (1930); Peter McEvoy (2004)


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