Treloy Golf Club offers a picturesque golf course just outside of the seaside resort town of Newquay, Cornwall. The Treloy Golf Club course was designed by golf course designer Bob Sandow and opened in 1991
Five minutes' drive from Newquay on the A3059 Newquay to St. Columb Major road.
Treloy Golf Course is a parkland course with maturing, tree lined, fairways. The sculptured greens are built in the American style, and have many deceptive contours to test your putting skills. They are seeded with American pencross bent grass which gives a true and fast putting surface. Extensive mouldings and bunkers
A parkland seaside, 9 hole Executive golf course. 5 par fours and 4 par threes, is designed, constructed and maintained to a very high standard. It is designed to appeal to both the experienced golfer and the beginner. The quality of construction in the drainage of the greens and size of the tee’s meaning they never use temporary greens or tees. Each green is guarded by contoured mounding and bunkers which makes them testing.
9 holes 2143 yards 1955 metres. S.S.S. 31. Practice green.
Visitors are welcome and handicap certificates are not required, but they request you to dress for golf and not for the beach.
Golf clubs, trolleys and a golf buggy are available to hire. The club house and shop provide soft and alcoholic drinks and light snacks. The golf shop area carries a golf clothing, clubs and golfing sundries.
Treloy Golf Course, Newquay, Cornwall
Cornwall Golf Courses