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Rowany Golf Course

Type:Golf Course

Rowany Golf Course

About

Established in 1895, Rowany Golf Club is situated in Port Erin on the southwestern corner of the Isle of Man.

First a 9 hole course laid out by George Lowe, the course was extended to 18 holes and redesigned by W.J. Leaver during 1905 to 1910.

The course offers both relaxed and challenging pars with exceptional views of the countryside and coastline of Port Erin.

At the end of a game venture to Port Erin beach, which has a great selection of bars and restaurants with beautiful views.

 

Green Fees:

Adult (with member)    £15.00

Adult (without member) £20.00

Junior (with member) £7.50

Junior(without member) £10.00

 

Twilight Rates – After 6pm (1 April – 30 September)

Adult (with member)    £7.50

Adult (without member) £10.00

Junior (with member) £3.00

Junior(without member) £5.00

 

Course:

18 holes

Par 70

5774 yards

 

Facilities:

Practice area & putting green

Club house: food/bar (fully licensed)

Pro shop

Changing rooms

Club hire

Trolley hire

Motor trolley hire

 

Score Card: Download

Online tee time: Book

Guide Prices

Casual greenfees for 2016 £15.00pp. Buggies £20.00 per round; Clubs for hire - £5.00 per round. Trolleys for hire - £3.00 per round.

Facilities

Catering

  • On-Site café/restaurant
Rowany Drive, Port Erin, IM9 6LN
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Call direct on:

Tel01624 834072

Tel01624 834108

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Awards

  • AccoladesUNESCO Biosphere Partner UNESCO Biosphere Partner 2018

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