Golf Club News and Matches

We arrange a regular series of inter-club competitions and events throughout the year. Our club fixtures lists are being updated and will be available to download on this page in due course.   

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Joining Budock Vean Golf Club

The memership year starts on the 1st April and the adult membership fee remains the same at £399.  This may be paid in full or quarterly instalments by direct debit. If you would like to take advantage of attractive discounts on food and drink in the hotel and golf club bar, we ask that a credit supplement of £125 is paid on joining and an account is set up for you at the hotel where you will enjoy a 25% discount on food and drink, and 10% off in the golf shop and spa. 

Children from 7 years old can join the Juniors training on Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings.  Until they are capable of playing on the course the membership fee is just £10 a year.  Once they start playing on the course they will join the Club as Junior Members and will only pay £40 a year until they are 18.  They then become Student Members and pay £125 a year. 

If you are interested playing on this beautiful course and joining the very small but friendly Club please contact the Golf Manager, Tony Ramsden, in the golf shop at the Hotel or call him on 01326 252102.  

Budock Vean Golf Course - Covid-19 Safe Play Handbook

Guidelines for play have been drawn up after consultation with the Club Committee and with England Golf.  Details of how we will now operate and what we need you to do is included in the Safe Playing Procedures. Please ensure you book your tee time before arrival by calling 01326 250288. 

Read our Covid 19 Keeping Member Safe handbook

Budock Vean Golf Club 2020 Fixtures Lists

To keep costs to a minimum we will no longer be printing the fixture list booklet. This has made it easier to revise our schedule of fixtures in light of the Covid-19 crisis and closure of all golf courses. 

The Clubs' committees are working on a revised list for the rest of the year, and these will be available as soon as we have a reopening date.  

News: 9th September 2020

Budock Vean Golf Club said bon voyage to one of its longest and most respected members on Tuesday 8th September. Brian Hoskins has upped sticks and made the move to Northumberland, 22 years after landing in Mawnan Smith. The former Commander of the Red Arrows retired to Cornwall and found the village golf club, where he became a great contributor to its running and success over the years.

With three stints as club captain, treasurer, Beavers captain and finally finishing up as secretary, nothing was ever too much trouble. Within the village itself, Brian was a great community leader and contributor to both the church and school, he will be sorely missed.

The Beavers held a Presidents versus Captains golf day with a turnout of thirty two strong, in which Brian took part, and quite fittingly ended up on the victorious Presidents team. After which a presentation was given by the club, members and friends of a lead crystal decanter and glasses engraved with the club coat of arms, set on a mahogany tray, the ladies supplied him with his favourite whiskey to celebrate. The Beavers presented a beautiful Cornish tin goblet, mounted as a trophy, to, ‘Red Leader’ a cake to celebrate, and his membership to his new Golf club in Northumberland.

Budock Vean Golf Club wishes Brian and Lizzie all the best with their future, an away day could be on the cards.

NEWS: 5th / 6th September - David Sulley Charity cups.

Over the weekend of September 5th/6th Budock Vean Golf Club held its annual competition. Sponsored by Jill Sulley raising funds for the clubs charity in memory of her late husband, former captain of the club, and friend to many. The day raised £310 for the ‘Little Harbour Children’s Hospice’ in Porthpean, St Austell, from the entry to the competition.

With a field of 62 players, stableford format, with 90% handicap allowance, the result is as follows.

The overall winners where; Roger Mildren and David Townsend, with 47 points, receiving the trophy and commemorative wine glass.

Best ladies; Sue Parsons and Tricia Blatter, with 40 points, receiving a trophy.

And best mixed pair; Paul and Lesley Upperton, with 41 points, receiving a trophy.

Congratulations to all the winners, and for a tremendous turnout over a perfect weekend.


Tony Grace  01326 375373


Kevin Bate  Tel: 01326 250320  Email:




James Greville- Smith  Tel: 01326 250393 Email:


Ken Symons  Tel: 07977 108587      Email:


Granville Williamson  Tel: 01326 250112  Email:


Paul Upperton   Tel: 01326 569193  Email:


Piran Trezise  Tel: 01326 251450  Email:


Peter Robinson   Tel: 01326 250241


Tony Ramsden   Tel: 01326 252102  Email:

Charity of the Year 2019 - Cornwall Blood Bikes
Budock Vean Golf Club Charity Day 2019
Budock Vean Golf Club Charity Day 2019
Budock Vean Golf Club Charity Day 2019
Budock Vean Golf Club Charity Day 2019
The team s new club attire sponsored by the Budock Vean Hotel
Budock Vean Golf Club Cornwall - James Greville-Smith driving in
L–R Phillipa Oliver, Nicky Flett, Rob Bryant and David Oliver
Martin Barlow of the Budock Vean Hotel, with the winning Francis Clark team: Duncan Leslie, David West (being presented with the Cyder Cup by HRCST co-chairman Charles Richardson), Nick Barnes and Chris Madeley
Colin Parsons and Nicky Flett flanked by Seniors Captain Brian Hoskins and Ladies captain Tricia Blatter
Bernie Millward, Captain Piran Trezise and Richard Hill
L_R: Ashley Jackson, Dennis McQuillan and Ted Barlow
Juniors Section at Budock Vean Golf Club Cornwall
David Kennedy (L) being presented with the trophy by Brain Hoskins, Seniors Captain
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