20 Most Important Rule Changes for 2019
Church Course is Open. Holywell Course Open.
Winter Maintenance ongoing - 6th and 18th Hole - Short Holes - Dropping Zones on 6th and 10th Holes - please observe directional signs on exit from 17th green to temporary 18th tee.
Christmas Draw Tickets now available pick your numbers on the sheet in the Clubhouse
Pandora's Box Cancelled. Chicken Chase Postponed.
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Listed below are all the photos in this gallery, click on one to enlarge it.
St Enodoc celebrating 125 years
....and we worry about the sand today!
The now 1st Tee
The current 2nd green
Now the 4th tee
The now 4th Green
The current 5th tee
The current 5th green date unknown
The Himalayas were all sand in those days
The Himalayas 1930s
Henry Cotton playing the 6th. Note the grazing sheep!
The current 6th Green
The current 7th Tee
The current 7th
The current 9th Tee
10th green during the match between course designer James Braid and J.H.Taylor
The 10th Green in the 1930s
The 11th Green before the Second War quarrying of Stepper Point
The 11th green complete with grazing cow!
The Rocket lifesaving equipment on the 12th fairway
13th Green 1930s
13th Green facing Trebetherick
The current 14th Tee
15th Green 1930s
16th Green 1930s
Local Pro George Pennington playing with Open Champion "Long" Jim Barnes in 1925
Old 18th green and clubhouse
The old first green (now 18th)
The old Clubhouse and Opening Tee
The Prince of Wales - a regualr visitor
The old and the new Clubhouses 1936
Visit of the King & Queen in 1951
The car park 1930s note the train on the railway bridge
Rough Management November 2016
125th Anniversary Hickory Challenge
Pictures from the St Enodoc Past
English Womens Amateur Championships 2014. Pictures by Stuart Morley
County Week at St Enodoc 2012
Christmas 2012 Rains
Summer Drought 2013
February Floods 2014
Drought summer 2018