St Enodoc and the World Top 100 courses

Published: 12th February 2014

The dust has begun to settle on St Enodoc's inclusion in Golf Digest's inaugural World's Top 100 Golf Courses, of which we are obviously very proud. Here is their note that accompanies our entry:-

A rollicking James Braid design on the southwest toe of England, lengthened in the past decade but still short and odd enough to be a cult favorite. It features plenty of blind shots and greens atop dunes, almost no level lies. The par-4 sixth contains the awesome Himalayas Bunker, 80 feet tall, blocking view of fairway and green from the tee. The par-4 10th finishes beside a cemetery and namesake church that dates from the 13th century.

When looking at the St Enodoc entry don't be put off by it saying that we are in Bude, remember it is an American magazine; it has been pointed out to them, strangely in the printed version it correctly shows Wadebridge! You can view full list at www.golfdigest.com/go/planetgolf.