Matt Cutler, Scott Macaskill
Moderately Hilly & Moderately WoodedCourse Landscape / Terrain:
13 / 13Holes / Baskets:
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Description: This beginner and family-friendly course is found at the top of the avenue and is overlooked by the historic and majestic Tudor House. More experienced player will be tested with a mixture of tight, wooded holes, some superb elevation changes and carefully placed baskets.
This is Devon and Cornwall’s first permanent course.
Mount Edgcumbe Country ParkPark / Location Name:
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Local Directions: By Cremyll Ferry:
Buy your ticket on board the ferry or pre-book a group by calling Tamar Cruising on 01752 822105. You can join the ferry at Admirals Hard in Stonehouse or the Cremyll Quay, near the Lower Park Gates of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. Visit the Cremyll Ferry website under Links/Files for the ferry's timetable and pricing.
Access from Plymouth is via the Tamar Bridge (A38) to Trerulefoot roundabout; then via A374 and B3247 (brown signs) to Millbrook and Mount Edgcumbe. Allow 50 minutes travelling time from Saltash (40 minutes at off peak times).
The Torpoint Car Ferry is available at approximately 10-minute intervals and queues form in high season. From Torpoint use A374 and B3247 (brown signs) via Antony. Allow approximately 40 minutes travel time (30 minutes off peak).
Access from Cornwall, head for Liskeard then follow the A38 to Trerulefoot roundabout, then A374 (Torpoint) and B3247 (brown signs) to Millbrook and Mount Edgcumbe. Allow 45 minutes travel time from Liskeard.