NORTH CORNWALL, England (Sept. 14, 2018) – St Enodoc Golf Club in north Cornwall has revamped its website (www.st-enodoc.co.uk) using stunning imagery and the latest drone footage in order to fully showcase its beguiling Church Course, regarded as one of England’s top championship links courses.
The homepage of the new site features the club’s new tagline, ‘Where Golf meets the Atlantic’, and a stunning flyover of the Church Course which immediately gives visitors a bird’s eye view of how mesmerizing this championship links is as well as revealing the club’s stunning location alongside the Camel Estuary and the north Atlantic Ocean.
“Given how photogenic the course and its surrounding panoramas are, the club felt that the website needed to be updated with the new imagery and video content whilst at the same time we wanted to give it a cleaner, more modern look,” comments Simon Greatorex, General Manager at St Enodoc.
“The new-look site is now more easily navigable and booking a tee time for the Church Course is easier than ever through our Intelligent Golf system.”
Founded in 1890, the Church Course at St Enodoc was laid out by revered architect James Braid. Considered one of his finest designs, it regularly appears at the top of golf course ratings in the UK and around the world.
The award-winning course is characterized by its numerous blind shots, testing fairway undulations, firm greens and its distinctive and fearsome Himalaya Bunker on the 6th hole, which is reputedly the highest in Europe.
The re-designed website also gives visitors the chance to preview the second course, the Holywell, where all golf is played on a Pay & Play basis and offers an alternative to the Church Course for those wanting a quick or less challenging round of golf for just £25.
The 4,082-yard layout, made up of par 3s and par 4s only, means it is not overly long but certainly no pushover with its undulating fairways and fast-paced, target greens.
Over the last couple of years, St Enodoc has invested a great deal of time and effort in upgrading the Holywell so visitors can expect excellent course conditions that meet the same high standards as those on the main course.
To view the revamped website, please visit www.st-enodoc.co.uk.