Enmore Park Golf Club

Course History

The Club was formed in 1906 in nearby Cannington. In 1932, the Club moved to its present location in Enmore as a 9 hole course. Then, in 1969, golf course architects Hawtree & Co were engaged to determine the amount of land to be purchased and to design an 18 hole course.  This fabulous championship golf course is a hidden gem of the South West set within the lower slopes of the glorious Quantock Hills.

Enmore is a parkland course near Bridgwater in Somerset which, from its highest points, offers extensive views over nearby hills and across the Bristol Channel to Wales.

Two loops of nine start and finish at the clubhouse. At par 71 on 6,434 yards for men and 5,683 yards par 73 for ladies, the course offers a challenging test to all standards of golfer and is immensely entertaining.

To add charm to the beautiful panorama, a delightful brook with three accompanying ponds is in play on five of the holes and, as a group, Enmore provides four of the most testing par 3’s.

The long par 4 uphill 10th, which is well over 400 yards in length and requires the most accurate of drives to avoid finding the trees, is one of the most daunting holes in the West Country.

Hole By Hole Tour

Prepare for your visit to Enmore Park by familiarising yourself with each hole over the coming pages and make the most of your round with our hole-by-hole guide.  You can prepare yourself for the challenges that await, as well as pick up some invaluable playing tips from our club professional.

Take Course Tour





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