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The Thurlestone Area
Thurlestone is located within South Hams area. It takes its name from the pierced ("thirled") stone, just off the shore, which is mentioned as a boundary point in a Saxon charter of 845.
The village is attractive, with several old cottages. Much modern building has been done since this remote coast was "discovered," but the village remains one of the most pleasing on the South coast.
The church (All Saints) is built of the dark grey local slate. The chancel is early 13th century; the remainder of the church 15th and 16th century Notice the fine Norman font, the bosses and wall plates of the chancel, and some pleasant 17th century mural monuments.
Situated on the coast, the course is a mix of links and cliff-top terrain. The Course offers rewarding and spectacular views with each hole providing a different challenge.Explore The Golf Course →
As well as a magnificent 18-hole course, the Club also boasts two hard tennis courts and ten grass courts - the highest number in the whole of the South West.Tennis Section →
If you are looking to join a Club ranked in the Top 100 in England with a challenging course that will have you returning for years to come, then you must experience Thurlestone and all it has to offer.Join Thurlestone →