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There really is nothing better than taking a break from those busy days at the office and spending a good holiday filled with golf.  The sport is filled with so much entertainment.  There are fantastic courses to visit, beautiful scenery to take in, and competitions to be had.  However, the last thing you want to happen on one of these Devon Holidays is poor golfing.  Instead, you want to be at the top of your game.  Visiting the wrong course could seriously hurt your game and your experience.  Therefore, in an effort to help you as you seek out the right course, here are some of the best courses around Woolacombe to visit.

Illfracombe Golf Club

This is a great course with amazing views of the coast and moors.  In addition, visitors have access to full catering and normal bar facilities.  It will definitely challenge your skills and you will love the condition of this course.  A handicap requirement is preferred, although not mandated.  Therefore, you can expect to avoid the novices on this golf course.  You will definitely have a great time.

Portmore Golf Park Barnstaple

This is a must visit course.  It was built with an undercover floodlit golf range and two parkland courses.  The greens were designed to meet the requirements and specifications of the USGA.  There is no need for temporary greens during the winter months.  This course does not have a handicap requirement, however you are required to be in full dress code.  And given the nature of the course, the price is relatively low.  It is only £8 for nine holes and £12.50 for 18 holes.

Royal North Devon Golf Club

A golf holiday in Devon must include a visit to this course.  The Royal North Devon Golf Club is the oldest seaside course in all of England.  It is historic.  In fact, the clubhouse has a museum.  While you are on this course, you will see amazing views of the Bideford Bay and the Lundy Island.  In order to golf this course, the club prefers that you have a handicap certificate.  And it can be costly.  However, according to all that visit, it is completely worth it.

Torrington Golf Club

The Torrington Golf Club is a fun course to visit.  It is a 9 hole per 64 health land course.  While you golf you will see incredible views of the countryside.  In addition, the atmosphere is pleasant and fun for all.  No handicap is required so stop by today.

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