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Golf in Exeter & East Devon, Courses, Ranges & holidays

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Exeter & East Devon Golf Courses, Clubs, Driving Ranges


Padbrook Park Golf Club

Cullompton, Devon, EX15 1RU
Tel: 01884 836100    Fax: 01884 836101
E-mail: info@padbrookpark.co.uk

Situated just one mile from J28 of the M5 and approx 156 miles from both Taunton and Exeter. Designed by Bob Sandow, and established in 1992, this proprietary run Pay-as-you-Play golf centre (incorporating an affiliated Club Membership) has quickly established itself in the area and is noted for it's exceptionally large tees and greens. It is, at present, a 18 hole/18 tee parkland course (6500 yards / Par 72) and boasts substantial areas of natural woodland and water making it a challenge for the experienced golfer as well as a good learning ground for the newcomer. The course is supported by a shop and trolley/buggy/club hire is available.

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Sidmouth Golf Club

Cotmaton Road, Sidmouth, Devon, EX10 8SX
Tel: 01395 513023    Fax: 01395 514661
E-mail: secretary@sidmouthgolfclub.co.uk

Situated in the natural beauty of the Sid Valley and with wonderful views of Lyme Bay from several fairways, Sidmouth Golf Club offers the perfect challenge for the golfing novice, as well as providing a test for the more accomplished golfer. Sidmouth Golf Club was founded in 1889, and designed by J.H. Taylor, it makes the most of the natural contours of the wooded western slopes of the Sid Valley. At just over 5000 yards, visitors could be forgiven for regarding the course as easy. However, this is far from the case. Each hole provides its own challenge, and undulating fairways and subtle borrows add to this demanding, yet delightful test of Golf.

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