South West England Golf Trip
South West England golf break is home to championship golf courses and resorts such as Burnham & Berrow, Royal North Devon and host of other great golf trips to discover.
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Burnham & Berrow
Burnham & Berrow has the great advantage of two courses available for play the Championship Course and the Channel Course. Eighteen quality Links holes, set among the towering sand dunes on the Bristol Channel Coast, Burnham and Berrow has for over a century been the venue for many prestigious golfing events, from the British Ladies Amateur Championships, the Brabazon, the Tillman Trophy, the British Boys and English Championships…
Saunton Golf Club Has Been Established For Over A 100 Years But Does Not Rest On Its Past Glories:
Although it is believed that a course existed in Braunton Burrows in the early 1890s, Saunton Golf Club was not formed until May 1897. It was originally a 9 hole course but was extended to 12 holes by 1906 and to 18 holes in 1908. A Clubhouse was built in 1907 at a cost of £1,000 and can still be seen as a private house to the right of the East Course 16th fairway.
Royal North Devon (Westward Ho)
Royal North Devon ( Westward Ho), England's oldest golf course, stretches out to over 7,000 yards from the championship tees , although most golfers will agree that it’s a suitably stiff test at 6,650 yards, especially when the wind blows.
Above all, this is a great, natural golf course that is largely unchanged from the moment 100 years ago when Harold Hilton et al pronounced Westward Ho! to be England’s number one competition golf course. RND is pure raw exhilaration and ultimately, the experience of playing a fast running links in a stiff breeze still tests the very best in the game.