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27 miles NE of Newquay
Welcome, generous twilight green fees are available in the summer
The course at Bowood Park Golf Club is laid out within two hundred and thirty acres of the 14th century hunting estate that belonged to Edward of Woodstock, Duke of Cornwall and Prince of Wales (better known nowadays as The Black Prince) and it first opened its doors to golfers in 1992.
It’s a parkland course set in mature woodland where all the greens were constructed to USGA specification. Over two-dozen water hazards come into play during the round, none more so than at “Azalea,” the 385-yard par four 12th, where its island green is accessed via a covered, New England-style wooden footbridge.The layout extends to almost 6,700 yards from the back markers and it plays to a par of 72. Both the front and back nine return to the clubhouse, which is very handy on society days when groups of golfers can get out on the course in double quick time.