at St Mellion Estate
The Kernow Course overview
Since the opening of St. Mellion Golf Resort, the Kernow Course has always been a special golfing location in the Cornish countryside. Large scale investments in 2008 has led to a massive development with 9 new holes creating a modern and picturesque 18 hole golf course.
Holes from the original golf course have been extended and include exciting new features to challenge the modern golfers of today. This includes the extended first hole, one of the longest on the golf course, with enough quality to grace many of the best golf courses. The back 9 at the Kernow Course is simply spectacular and begins with three stunning, high-risk holes, which have the potential to make or break anyone’s score. The Kernow course is now an ideal complement to the Nicklaus Course, although the shorter of the two, it makes use of the natural sloping terrain for a more relaxed round.
Did You Know?
The Kernow Course at St Mellion was named after the Cornish translation for Cornwall and has previously hosted the Tournament Players Championship twice. In 1983, two-time Masters Champion Bernhard Langer took home the prize.
Accommodation near Kernow Course
St Mellion Estate
A favourite among golfers, St Mellion Estate is set in 450 acres of stunning Cornish countryside. Known best for its two onsite golf courses, St Mellion boasts 80 comfortable and contemporary guest rooms as well as excellent service.