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Dartmouth Golf Club
Blackawton
Totnes
Devon

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Designed by Jeremy Pern, Dartmouth offers two excellent courses renowned for their capital condition.

Dartmouth - Dartmouth Golf and Country Club hosts 27 holes created from the dramatic contours of the surrounding landscape and all designed to championship standard. The 7,200 yard, par 72 Championship Course, which has regularly hosted the Western Region PGA Matchplay Championships, has been designed to challenge the most proficient golfer, although the strategic positioning of the tees guarantees that the course provides an exacting and enjoyable challenge for golfers of all abilities. 18 holes. Par 72. 7,200 yds. Parkland.

Club - The 9 hole par 33 Club Course offers a more relaxed challenge but nevertheless the holes have been built to the same exacting technical standards as the Championship Course. 9 holes. Par 33. 2,600 yds. Parkland.

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