Limited to a minimum of eight golfers, the price includes coffee and a bacon roll on arrival, 18 holes of golf followed by a two-course meal in the clubhouse.
This deal represents incredible value given that St Enodoc is recognised as one of the best links courses in the UK.
The James Braid-designed course was recently positioned at 41st place in the latest Golf Monthly magazine course ranking for the 'Top 100 Courses UK and Ireland 2012' whilst earlier in the year Golf World magazine ranked St Enodoc in 35th position in its 'Top 100 Golf Courses in Britain & Ireland and in 76th spot in the 'World's Top 100 You Can Play'.
Located in Rock, Cornwall, a round over St Enodoc is certainly not a good walk spoiled as the course boasts spectacular views of the north Atlantic Coast and Camel Estuary from virtually every hole.
The layout itself follows the natural contours of the undulating land and seaside dunes providing the golfer with a tough challenge, especially as the course has a number of blind shots.
The famed Himalaya bunker on the 6th hole is reputedly one of the, if not the highest, bunkers in Europe and regularly instils fear and dread in golfers adding to the mystique and draw of St Enodoc.
St Enodoc £40pp Winter Special (available from November 1 until March 31) for a minimum of 8 golfers comprises:
• 18 holes of golf over the championship Church Course
• Coffee & bacon roll on arrival
• Two-course meal (which can be taken on arrival for later tee times)
St Enodoc Golf Club, Rock, Cornwall, PL27 6LD
Reservations 01 208 869 904
For further information, please contact: Helen Heady, Heady PR: Tel: 020 8789 0900 / 07966 491 509 or Email: email@example.com
Designed by James Braid, the award-winning 6,547-yard Church Course at St Enodoc is one of the finest and oldest links courses in the South West of England. Famed for its characteristic fairway undulations and firm greens, this breathtaking links is set against the backdrop of some of the greatest sea and estuary views of any course in the world.
St Enodoc's location at Rock on the high sand dunes of the North Cornwall coast overlooking the Camel Estuary, with the famous fishing town of Padstow to the west and the Atlantic coast to north, makes for ideal links golf and stunning sea panoramas from almost every hole.
In 2009, St Enodoc was ranked 55th in the world outside the US by the well-respected Golf Digest magazine.