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Bigbury Golf Club Ltd - Devon, United Kingdom

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Bigbury Golf Club Ltd, Bigbury, Devon, TQ7 4BB, United Kingdom

01548 810055
Length: 5896yds | Holes: 18 | Par: 70

About the Golf Club

A beautiful cliff top 18 hole course overlooking the sea in South Devon at Bigbury on Sea, ideally situated between Exeter and Plymouth for easy access. No golfer visiting the South Hams should miss the opportunity of playing at friendly Bigbury Golf Club.

It's an ideal holiday course: challenging enough for the low-handicappers but not too daunting for the holiday maker. The great situation of the course makes it playable all year round. There are outstanding views from almost everywhere on the course, with Dartmoor to the north, the winding River Avon running near a number of holes and breathtaking scenes of Bantham beach and Burgh island.

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Why not pop into the Pro Shop to discuss our winter coaching packages

We are now offering a special deal on video analysis

Why not purchase a coaching voucher as a Christmas gift

The Pro Shop has just taken delivery of our Christmas stock with some great new lines

There are some great deals on drivers and putters

Check out the new wet weather range

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We have special winter warmer packages for visitors contact us for more details

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by Anonymous

I played bigbury over easter and the course was in good condition- the greens were very nice. but very small and narrow - ie hard to hit. But be warned as there are many blind tee shots and most of the fairways are lined with trees that can make the tee shot seem intimidating though on most holes a driver is not needed

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