36 Holes of Beautiful Championship Links Golf, set in the Heart of North Devon.
We welcome visitors here at Saunton Golf Club. Tee times can be booked online or by calling 01271 812436 (Option 1).
In line with UK Government guidelines, if you are travelling to us from a Tier 2 or Tier 3 area, you are not permitted inside the Clubhouse. This includes all areas of the Clubhouse, including the Locker Rooms, Bar and Restaurant. Please ensure you change in to your golf shoes in the Car Park. You may use the toilet facilities when on site, however please ensure you are wearing a face covering, maintain social distancing and use the hand sanitiser provided upon entry and exit.
The Clubhouse and Bar will be open from 7:00am to 8:00pm, with catering available from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
FACE COVERINGS MUST BE WORN IN ALL INDOOR AREAS - with effect from Monday 14th September until further notice
The Clubhouse is setup to ensure social distancing can be achieved. Please follow the guidance on arrival.
In line with the government's 'Track & Trace' guidance, we are required to keep a record of:
TIME OF ARRIVAL
For further information please see: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/maintaining-records-of-staff-customers-and-visitors-to-support-nhs-test-and-trace
We will be providing table service to all tables. If you are sat inside, please take a seat and a member of staff will come and take your order. If you are sat outside, please call the Bar on 01271 812436 (Option 3) and a member of staff will take your order (a card payment will be taken over the phone)
For groups playing 36 holes who wish to have food in between rounds, you will need to pre-order lunch before teeing off for your first round.
The Pro Shop is open from 8:00am to 7:00pm - full equipment hire services are available.
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The land at Braunton Burrows has hosted golf since 1897 and given us today’s premier golf course in the West Country since Herbert Fowler (famed designer of Walton Heath, The Berkshire, and Delamere Forest to name just a few) created the East course in the 1920s. This venue has been used ever since for major amateur championships,notably the 1937 English Amateur when Frank Pennink was victorious.
The West course emulates the general characteristics of the East course but has its own distinctions and offers no weak hole. They all require clever and strong placing of your ball off the tee to get at the greens with your approach. The green complexes demand 100% commitment but are perfectly fair if you choose the right line on which to run in your ball.