I don't know where you are flying into, but as a south west native, let me suggest the following :
If you arrive in Bristol, then start with Burnham & Berrow. Pick up the A39 in Bridgwater and take the coastal road at Porlock (magnificent views, wild Exmoor ponies, and a national park that golf archies dream about). Stay at Lynton & Lynmouth, typical of west country charm (The Cottage Inn is very nice).
The next morning you are in striking distance of Saunton and RND. If you skip either of these you'll certainly regret it.
RND's clubhouse is steeped in history, but I just wish they'd get rid of that noisy gambling machine and spend a little money on furniture. Apart from that, the golf at RND is great fun and actually more strategic than some might suggest.
As you already know, St Enodoc is an absolute must play. Padstow may seem the obvious base point, but I find it overpriced and trendy. Port Isaac is a genuine fishing village, and has just enough chic to make your stay more than comfortable.
Try to at least look at Trevose & Perranporth, if you have the time.
Just a few ideas and this St Enodoc avant goût.