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The Point at Polzeath

Address The Point at Polzeath,
St Minver, Nr Polzeath, Cornwall, PL27 6QT
Telephone Enquiries: 01208 863000
Golf: 01208 864601
Holes 18-hole parkland course with a few links style holes
Yardage White - 6303, Yellow - 5937 and Red - 5410
Par White - 73, Yellow - 73 and Red - 74
Visitors Visitors very welcome. Tee Time booking advisable.
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
All tee times are subject to availability and prior booking is essential.
Societies 6+ people, special packages available
Green Fees
Winter (Nov-Mar): C / Summer (Apr-Oct): D
Est. 1997
Location Situated near the Camel Estuary, between Wadebridge and Polzeath off the B3314. Set in a stunning location, with breathtaking views over the Cornish headland and Pentire Point, and the invigorating surf of Polzeath Beach is just a 15 minute stroll away.
Facilities • Clubhouse, where a warm welcome awaits player and non-player alike.
• Restaurant / Sports Bar / Changing rooms
• Golf Shop: Tuition / Repair service / Indoor swing-analysis studio / Trolleys, buggies and clubs for hire
• Practice Facilities:
Driving range (see information below), Bunker/pitching/chipping/putting practice area
• Other Facilities:
Tennis courts, bowling green, Health club (swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna/ steam room and gym and fitness studio)
• Accommodation in luxurious homes
• Pump Track
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Credit where it is due. Having returned for my annual rounds I was delighted to see the improvements made to the course. Almost every hole shows signs of considerable effort to tidy the course. A great deal of scrub area has been cleared and whilst not necessarily making holes more forgiving it does raise the enjoyment factor. The bunkers remain a little thin but the most evident improvement were the greens, simply the best standard I have ever seen them and very tidy too. The welcome was warm and friendly and the staff were eager to ensure enjoyment of each visit (Libby was excellent). The was a different feel to the club this year - for the better. Well done. Excellent value.
Mark: 9
Value For Money: Good
J. Patterson April 25, 2014

I have a problem with Golf Courses that seem to be purpose built for a specific catchment. My experience of such courses would suggest that the owners are not fully committed to the course condition, rather concentrating on the peripherals.
The Point Golf Course has been constructed within a private housing project, and would seem to be aimed at those who either live in the gated properties, or those who holiday there. The off course amenities are not restrictive but the overall appearance is not in my view welcoming.
On course the Layout has great potential the first 9 is a little open, but the back 9 is a real treat. Difficulty would suit low to mid handicappers. The better players would "kill" the first 9 but would be tested to a much greater degree on the back 9 when the fairways get narrower, and the rough gets thicker. The Point is a good play and it would be a shame if such a good track is not cared for. I played in September 2013 twice; Fairways could be better. Greens some very good, some not so good. If you're in the area give The Point a try hopefully it will still be open the next time I'm in the area it deserves to be.
Staff at Golf reception - Very Friendly and Helpful
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Good
terry sullivan September 26, 2013

I play this course 3 times during one week in June each year. The club has new owners and the facilities are significantly improved with an excellent club house and sports bar/restaurant. The menu is very good. The course is very pleasing to the eye with numerous points to take in the excellent views of the local countryside and the course itself. The course is challenging with many climbs and dips and blind tee shots but is somewhat unforgiving of the stray ball with anything beyond the limited first cut finding deep grass and scrub on every hole. This can be overly punitive on your card in addition to the loss of balls. There are only two holes where a ball can stray from one fairway to another so perhaps not everyone's experience of a parkland course. The bunkers are clean cut but thin on sand. Greens are tidy but need some attention to be of a standard worthy of the rest of the course. I go back for the challenge and the delight of a course that uses the rolling geography to fabulous effect.
Mark: 7
Value For Money: Fair
J. Patterson June 8, 2013
Driving Range - Overlooking the golf course and towards Hayle Bay and Puffin Island.
Hours Daylight
Bays 6
Covered N/A
Heated 0
Floodlit 0
Prices 60 balls: £3.50
Note that prices may have changed since date of publication

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