Glencor Golf


Booking hotline 01803 314591

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Golf Society Special Offers from Torquay

Organiser plays free with groups of 20 or more and receives a voucher for a free green fee. Always call up for rates.

Petitor Road
St Marychurch

Telephone: 01803 314591

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Course Details

Type: Parkland

Length: 6,138

Par: 69 Parkland Course

Society Green Fees

Weekday Rounds From £20

Weekend Rounds From £30

Course Description

Nestled in the north-east corner of the seaside town of Torquay is the wonderful Torquay Golf Club.

Founded in 1909, the course has steadily evolved and is now considered a first-class parkland layout that offers a challenging yet rewarding test of golf in a beautiful clifftop surrounding.

It was here that Sir Nick Faldo picked up the first of many winners’ cheques – some fine inspiration for any level of golfers who steps foot on the course. Boasting extensive views of the course from Lyme Bay in the east, to the rugged tors of Dartmoor in the west, Torquay really is a sight to behold.

The 430-yard par-4 third hole is certainly worthy of its No.1 rating on the stroke index, while the tricky uphill 190-yard par-3 17th ensures that there’s no opportunity for an easy finish.

To match the course, the comfortable and friendly clubhouse offers excellent catering and bar facilities, where you can have a relaxing meal and a drink on the terrace overlooking the first and 18th fairways.

Torquay's restaurant is very high-rated and offers a high quality service with a fine selection of meals available, with the chef's scrumptious carvery always proving to be a hit.

The course also keeps an extensive and well-balanced wine list with something to complement every dish, occasion and budget.

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