Dawlish Warren Golf Club

Dawlish Warren Golf Club

Dawlish Warren Golf Club - Please note: There is a £5 supplement to play this course.
The only links course In South Devon, 'The Warren' is situated in an internationally renowned wildlife conservation area and bordered by water on three sides. The 18 hole, par 69 course provides an easy walking level course with fantastic sea and Exe Estuary views and provides a rare challenge for both the experienced golfer and newcomers to the beautiful game. The traditional links course stretches some 5968 yards and was designed by James Braid.

The fairways are natural, unspoilt duneland turf on the seaward side, with lusher grasses on the estuary side. Banks of heather, small copses, drifts of gorse, ponds, banks and ditches add to the challenge of the course. Our greens are acknowledged as being as fine as any in the South West: fast, fair and true.

Our greens are renowned to be some of the best in the South West. To that end, and to preserve their quality, the Warren Golf Club is a 'SOFT SPIKE' preferred course.

Dawlish Warren Golf Club is now over 100 years old and nestled in a National Nature Reserve with varied plant life and many rare species of wildlife. Members of the golfing community of all skill levels are welcome. You can always guarantee a relaxing game regardless of the errant shot and you will always be assured of a warm welcome. 

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History
Founded by the Earls of Devon in 1892 and situated on a sand spit that separates the Exe estuary from the sea, our largely level, eighteen hole, duneland course offers views of sea, estuary and rolling hills. Equidistant between the historic cathedral city of Exeter (12 miles), Torquay, and the market town of Newton Abbot, the course can be easily reached by car. A benign micro climate and our sandy soil usually enable us to enjoy golf for 365 days a year.  We almost never close!

Other Information
The Warren is more than just a golf course and it is home to rare orchids, plants and grasses, including the unique Warren Crocus. Huge flocks of migratory birds and wildfowl grace the sandy dunes throughout the seasons. Stoats, foxes, birds of prey and rabbits also exist in this delicate equilibrium.

Clubhouse
The clubhouse at The Warren provides a menu to satisfy the appetites of any golfer and the club has a good reputation for food. Choose from the varied menu of our fully qualified chef, ranging from a plate of fresh sandwiches to a buffet or a relaxing sit down meal, where the emphasis is on locally produced meat and fish. The menu includes light bites and daily specials, all delivered and served to the highest standard and highest quality possible.

Sunday lunch also available.

Directions
Turn right out of Dartmouth Golf & Country Club onto the A3122 for 2-3 miles. Turn right at the end of the road onto the A381 for about 5-6 miles. At the 2nd set of traffic lights turn right onto the A385 for 0.6 miles. Turn left after the bridge onto the A381 for 7-8 miles, through 1 roundabout. At the traffic lights go straight on through the s-bend and onto Newfoundland Way for 0.6 miles. Veer left onto Courtlands Rd and immediately right onto Station Rd. At the large round about turn left onto the A380 for 1.3 miles. Take the first exit off the dual carriageway and head for Teignmouth for 3.5 miles, through 1 roundabout. At the roundabout take the first exit onto Myrtle Hill and then left onto Dawlish Rd for 2-3 miles. Continue to follow signs for Dawlish for 1.5-2 miles. Turn right onto Warren Rd for 0.5 miles and continue onto Mount Pleasant Rd for 0.4 miles. Go straight on at the roundabout onto Beach Rd and the club is straight ahead of you.

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