Golf has been played on these fairways since 1898 but the Clevedon Golf Club was founded in 1891. Views of the Bristol Channel are arresting from the signature 16th tee, which is set 200 feet above the fairway.
Some good holes, some bland holes, some newer holes, some quirky holes. I have played Clevedon a number of times over many years and remain to be convinced that the course changes that have occurred have actually improved the layout. Greens and bunkers not always the best. The best hole is the Castle hole (hole nr 8) where you are greeted with a fabulous view of the Bristol channel from the raised tee; always thought this was better towards the end of the round (before they reversed the nines). Hole 14 is also a good looking hole, 180 yards downhill and appropriately called the 'Drop'. Quite a tough finish after this with four longish par 4's, the last two uphill all the way to the clubhouse.