Mullion Golf Club is situated on the cliffs of the Lizard Peninsula and is framed by sandy coves and protected reed beds. It is not only the most southerly course in England, but one of the most beautiful courses in the West Country. The course itself was founded in 1895 as a 9-hole course and has been improved and lengthened to the course we have today.
The 18 hole course boasts fabulous views and measures 6053 yards, Par 70, CR 70.1, Slope 123, off the white tees, 5871 yards, Par 70, CR 69.2, slope 122 off yellow tees, and 5422 yards, Par 72, CR 72.9, slope 128 off the red tees.
Mullion golf course has been described as the most unorthodox and sporting club where golf is played in the most beautiful scenery. Holes worthy of mention are the 6th to the 12th, which determine whether you'll have a good round or not. The 11th tee is unique as it is situated on a cliff edge.
If you are looking to play golf in Cornwall our course is rarely closed through bad weather. Temporary tees and greens are largely unheard of at Mullion. Gordon, our Head Greenkeeper of many years, has perfected the art of keeping the greens in fantastic condition all year round. So if you 3-putt it is down to you, I'm afraid, you can't blame the greens.