Our stunning 18 hole course was originally designed by famous course architect James Braid whose other designs include Gleneagles, Carnoustie and St Enodoc. Regarded as one of Devon's finest parkland courses, the tree-lined fairways demand accuracy from the tee whilst the smooth greens reward the skilled putter.
Golfers are eased into their round with a relatively straightforward 500 yard par 5, whilst the par 3 4th hole always offers the chance of a "two" at just 118 yards. A tough middle section of holes 6-11 often makes or breaks a round at Tiverton, but birdies are possible on the closing few holes.
The course offers panoramic views of the Devon countryside from several spots, with the 3rd hole running alongside the Grand Western Canal. Getting out on to the course is never a problem with both the 1st and 10th tees easily accessible from the Clubhouse.