St. Kew Golf Club
St. Kew Golf Club, Bodmin, South West, England, PL30 3EF
01208 841500 | E-mail golf course
7 reviews of St. Kew Golf Club
I played St Kew on Sunday 22nd November in between the showers, despite being very wet, it was in an excellent condition
It is a nice parkland course and not too long
I played only 9 holes before the skies opened up
The welcome from the staff was excellent with nice coffee and cake after
Highly recommended if you are on holiday
I played there in early March and thoroughly enjoy it. The tees were a bit muddy in places and the greens a bit scuffed up, but it's a nice layout. Not a lot of roll on the fairways, but it has been very wet recently and being more familiar with links courses, like St Enodoc, I suppose it was more exaggerated.
Obviously not a true 18 hole course, having just 9 greens, but the tees have been cleverly placed to ensure that you have a different experience from the tee-off. I also noticed that the home 9 tees were in better condition than the outs, suggesting that the majority of people using the course only play the nine.
Would I play there again? Definately, I bet it's great in the summer.
A very nice friendly course with a tough opening hole.
I very much enjoyed playing the course and found it a decent challenge.
I thought some of the greens were not in the best of conditions and the fairways were in some places like straw, but after the recent hot weather I guess we have to expect this.
All in all for the money a greay days golf.
Played this course on the 5th may 2006.
The course from the tee to the green was well maintained, the staff and members very welcoming and friendly and i have not one negative thing to say about the place.
The course is short but still a challange for all levels of abillity with good use of pin placement to ensure that it is no easy ride.
All in, great value for £15 for 18 holes, i had as great time and will go back in the future.
Always went past this course on our yearly trip to the lovely Trevose complex just down the road for the annual CLIC charity event in the first week of March. This year, decided to go early and give St Kew "a go", and we left very impressed. Although a Sunday, albeit March, we were welcomed and allowed to play no problem. Although starting with a huge 200yard+ par 3, the course is not that long at 4400 yards for 18 holes but with 8 of these being par 3, it was certainly no pushover.
Not in the same league as Trevose or St Enedoc, but a good honest friendly club with good fairways, good greens and a warm welcome - recommended!
The greens are a bit patchy at the moment but still playing true. Could do with a couple of days of rain but its a good layout.
1/6/99\r\n\r\nNice course set on reclaimed farmland. Greens are in good condition and the fairways were narrow.\r\n\r\nWatch out for the pond on the 5th to the left of the green - you can't see it from the tee. \r\n\r\nGo for the afternoons, quietest then. Small driving range, phone to reserve a tee time if you want to play in the morning.\r\n\r\nRecommmend a visit.
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