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Trevose | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

Trevose is one of three Cornish venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list, and it has incredible views out over the Atlantic Ocean. There are three golf offerings – the Championship, Headland and Short Courses – along with the Trevose Performance Centre, a beautiful range of apartments and lodges, and lots of activities away from the golf course.  
The Championship Course at Trevose was designed by none other than Harry Colt, the man behind three Open Championship venues in his time as a golf course architect. It has played host to the Brabazon Trophy in the past, while the Headland Course – designed by Peter Alliss – and the Short Course, offer other golfing options away from the Championship Course. The Trevose Performance Centre is the place to go to hone your skills and receive coaching and tuition ahead of a round.  
Away from golf, there is plenty to do at Trevose. Two padel courts and a tennis court are available to hire during your stay, while the swimming pool is open throughout the summer months. There is also a fitness studio, massage and beauty salon and the opportunity to get out and about down the Atlantic Ocean coastline. 
When it comes to accommodation, there is plenty of choice at Trevose, but there is not a hotel. Instead, the accommodation comes in a range of apartments, cottages, lodges and bungalows. They are all 4- or 5-star self-catering options, and all with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and beyond.  
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A Century Of Golf

Royal Liverpool, Swinley Forest, Sunningdale (both Old and New), both the East and West Course at Wentworth and Royal Portrush’s Dunluce Course. These are just a handful of the golf courses that Harry Colt designed or had a hand in. You can also add Trevose to that list, which opened in 1925 and is another of Colt’s fine links courses.  
The Championship Course at Trevose is one of three layouts at the Cornish venue. There is also the Peter Alliss-designed 9-hole Headland Course, and the 9-hole Short Course, which is a great little par 3 track.  
Championship Course 
Trevose played host to the Brabazon Trophy in 2008, showing the course off to amateur royalty. From the strongest of opening holes where a dune eats into the right half of the fairway, Trevose is a wonderful test. Yes, it has a selection of par 5s that offer eagle opportunities for the expert, but it also has par 4s that are scarcely shorter. 
Depending on wind direction, it is quite possible to reach a couple of the par 5s with a drive and a mid-iron yet require two woods to threaten the likes of the 5th and 12th. These two holes are truly monumental par fours, both measuring more than 460 yards and climbing steadily uphill. Only two holes are played alongside Booby Bay, and one of them, the 4th, is surely the outstanding hole at Trevose. A reachable par 5 more often than not, the second shot is blind and downhill to a green on the edge of the beach. 
The 16th is one of the longest par 3s in the country, measuring 240 yards from the championship tees, and it starts a tough closing stretch on the course. 17 is more than 430 yards, while the closing hole at Trevose is almost 480 yards long, the longest par 4 on the card. It takes you back to the clubhouse where you’ll enjoy a well-earned drink.  
Headland and Short Courses 
The Championship Course is not the only golfing offering at Trevose, with 18 more holes to feast your eyes upon. The Headland Course is a Peter-Alliss designed 9-hole layout which can be played twice to make it into an 18-hole round. The nine holes feature two par 3s, including the 220-yard 4th hole, and a single par 5. The 8th plays at just 511 yards, making it a birdie chance late in the day. 
There is also the 9-hole Short Course, a par 3 offering at Trevose. There are also a pair of par 4s on the layout, with the 7th and 8th offering real birdie opportunities at just 200 yards long. The 5th is the shortest hole on the property, measuring just 85 yards.  

Beautiful Accommodation

Trevose is different to most venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list because it does not have a hotel. Instead, the accommodation comes in the form of apartments, bungalows, cottages and lodges.  
The Trehuel Apartments are spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments with views of the Championship Course and the Atlantic Ocean. The Dormy Apartments are one-bedroom offerings while the Bungalows supply space for up to five people during a stay on the Cornish coast. 
The Fairway Cottage and Fairway Lodges can all sleep up to six people, and all back out onto the Championship Course at Trevose, while the Trevose Lodge is the best of the best, sleeping four people with two en-suite doubles.  

Leisure & Activities

As well as golf, Trevose offers plenty for its guests to do. Both padel and tennis are available, with two padel courts and a hard-base tennis court that can be booked in advance. There is also a swimming pool with on-site changing facilities, open from mid-May to mid-September for the English summer.  
The Trevose Fitness Studio offers guests a suitable place to work out, with a range of high-tech cardiovascular and weight machines on offer. There is also a schedule of classes run by personal trainers. The resort also plays host to a games room, children’s play area and a surf school, thanks to its proximity to the beach and the sea.  
For those guests looking to relax, Trevose is also home to a massage and beauty salon. A wide variety of massages and treatments are available, all provided by qualified therapists. Manicures and pedicures, body waxing, and facial treatments are available as well for those finishing touches. 

FAQs about Trevose

Where is Trevose?  
Trevose is one of three NCG Top 100: GB&I Golf Resorts based in Cornwall, and the northernmost of the three. It is on the coastline of Constantine Bay, just south of the Trevose Head Heritage Coast. Newquay is just over ten miles down the coast while Plymouth is just over an hour to the southeast. 

What is the nearest airport and station to Trevose?
Newquay is the home to both the nearest airport and train station. The train services end at Newquay from Par, with the station 11 miles from Trevose. The airport – Cornwall Airport Newquay – is less than ten miles from the resort. However, it is a seasonal airport, with most flights only coming in the summer. Instead, Bristol Airport might be the better option. It is three hours from Trevose, but has a much wider range of flight destinations.  

What golf facilities does Trevose offer?
Along with the Championship, Headland and Short Courses, Trevose is also home to a Performance Centre. The centre has eight sheltered bays on the driving range, TrackMan launch monitors, GASP video analysis and custom club fitting as well.  
The resort is also home to a pro shop that is extensive, to say the least. Gear and apparel from all the major brands, including Callaway, PING, TaylorMade, Peter Millar, Nike, Under Armour and FootJoy is on offer. The clubhouse at Trevose offers gorgeous views from its bay windows, looking out over the course and the Atlantic Ocean.  

Does Trevose offer golf lessons?
The Trevose Performance Centre is the place to go if you are looking for coaching or tuition for your golf game. There is a team of professionals on hand to provide lessons for guests and members alike, whether you are just starting out in the game or looking to fine tune your game to bring your handicap down.  

What are the green fees at Trevose?
The price of a green fee at Trevose changes throughout the year, depending on the season. It is also different depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend. There are also stay & play packages available at the resort.  
For more information on current green fees at Trevose, visit their website here

What accommodation is on offer at Trevose?
There is no hotel at Trevose, with the accommodation coming in a range of apartments, cottages, lodges and bungalows. They all overlook either the golf course or the Atlantic Ocean, and they are all sublime options. Each offering is a self-catering option at Trevose. 

What other resorts are nearby?
Budock Vean and St Mellion are the other two venues in Cornwall that also have a spot on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list, and both are just over an hour’s drive from Trevose.  
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