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Golf Clubs in Mawgan Porth

Merlin
Mawgan Porth
Cornwall

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Merlin Golf Course is a beautiful hilltop heathland course set on the North Cornish Coast, enjoying amazing views towards the sea. Close to Mawgan Porth and only a short drive from Padstow, the course is easily accessible from the A30 and only 5 minutes from Newquay's international airport. The course is designed for beginners and the more experienced golfer who wants to enjoy a relaxed game and take in the fresh coastal air. Merlin is now under new ownership and is benefiting from investment at all levels. The course is being re-designed to offer more challenges and an even flow to the game by cutting out long walks from green to tee, with new bunkers and tees to create a great holiday golf course. A big challenge is still maintained for competitions off the white tees. Landscaping is taking place around the club house and on the course and the club house itself is being extended and refurbished throughout. An all new pro-shop will be complemented by comfortable lounge and bar areas with good food available throughout the day. The course will also now benefit from luxurious accommodation, with 4 new apartments built above the clubhouse, all enjoying magnificent views towards the coast.

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