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Mullion Golf Club

Age group: 12+

Location: WEST Cornwall

 

Contact: nr Helston, TR12 7BP

TEL: 01326 241176

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Just a few miles from the most Southerly point on the British mainland, Mullion Golf Course epitomises the best of playing golf in Cornwall.

 

The far reaching views from the Towans above the cliffs stretching to the links holes towards the beach and Gunwalloe Church, are magnificent. Lamorna and Mousehole can be seen across the ever changing seas of Mounts Bay, and the familiar sight of St Michael's Mount viewed from a different angle from the cliff top tees.

 

Although just over six thousand yards off the white tees, do not be deceived, the course is a challenge. As with most coastal courses in Cornwall, the wind is a significant factor and accurate shot making is usually always needed.

 

With possibly the best greens in west Cornwall, (which are in excellent playing condition all year round my birds), you can be assured of a testing putt! However, any frustrations immediately fade away simply by looking up and admiring the beauty of your surroundings.

 

The 18 hole course boasts fabulous views and measures 6053 yards, Par 70, SSS 70, off the white tees, 5871 yards, Par 70, SSS 69 off yellow, and 5422 yards, Par 72, SSS 73 off the red tees.

 

Mullion golf course has been described as the most unorthodox and sporting club where golf is played in the most beautiful scenery. Holes worthy of mention are the 6th to the 12th, which can often determine whether you'll have a good round or not. The 11th tee is pretty unique too, as it is situated on a cliff edge.

Helston 7 miles, St Ives 19 miles, Falmouth 20 miles