Mullion Golf Club is one of Cornwall's best kept golfing secrets.
Mullion is the most southerly course in England - and it is truly
spectacular. On a bright, sunny day the views here are as impressive
as Pebble Beach (without the price tag!)

Set on the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsular, Mullion is guaranteed to take
your breath away.
Founded in 1895, Mullion is one of Cornwall's oldest golf clubs. Only its
location has prevented it from becoming a major golfing attraction.
Mullion is off the beaten track, but for golfers visiting west South
Cornwall, Mullion Golf Club is an absolute must visit.
Top Ten 10 Best Golf Courses In Cornwall
Mullion Golf Club
Course Type = Seaside Links. Fantastic views.
Terrain =  Seaside and cliff-top. Lots of undulations. Very beautiful views.
Some deep bunkers. Some blind shots. Moderately hilly walking.

Difficulty = A tough test when the wind blows. But this is not a long course,
so on a calm day you can post a decent score here.

Condition = Well tended. Good, fast links-greens. Sandy soil drains quickly
- so course is playable all year round.

Recommended for:
Golfers of all standards. Mullion is a fair test of golf - but when the wind
blows it can become very tough indeed.

Green Fees 2013 = Incredibly reasonable - from £20 a day!
It's worth twice that for the views alone!
Societies are welcome - But the clubhouse bar and restaurant are not
staffed full-time. So contact the club well in advance.

Clubhouse
Small, friendly, informal. Good food. However, the bar is not staffed full time.
If you plan to play here, phone ahead to find out if the bar and restaurant
will be open when you need it.
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