Devon, in the south-west of England, is a golfing hotbed. There are a series of quality golf courses in the area, but Trevose is among the best of them. The Trevose Golf & Country Club is one of the premier golfing holiday spots in the United Kingdom, with the reputation of its golf courses and experience of catering for golfing holidaymakers paramount in making Trevose so successful.
Trevose boasts three links golf courses on its grounds. The Championship Course was established in 1925, with prominent designer Harry Colt (who had Augusta and Royal Portrush to his name) laying out a fabulous eighteen holes. The two loops of nine will bring you out along towards the rocky cliff tops, where the waves readily crash against the rocks to create a gentle background noise. When the wind gets up, that is when this course plays in all its glory.
The Headland Course was established in 1993, offering an alternate challenge for those at Trevose. These nine holes are tricky, and enable players of all levels to hone their skills before tackling the Championship Course. At over 3000 yards, it is no lightweight. The course plays out along the most serene and picturesque route you are likely to find anywhere, with the view of the fifth green all ocean and coastline. The course rolls out towards Trevose Head, and is a most enjoyable nine holes.
The Short Course is a fine test for anyone who wants to work on their short game. The greens are immaculate, and getting to the pace of them will see you succeed on either of the other courses. The Short Course is just great fun, with no shortage of opportunities to make great shots. Trevose has something for all golfers, and is open all year long.