The Isle of Man may only be 32 miles long and 14 miles wide, but there are still plenty of open spaces for eight challenging golf courses to play during your stay.
South of the Island, Castletown Golf Links is a classic course on a stunning peninsula. Castletown features in the Rolex World rankings of top golf courses and completely justifies that accolade. The club house also has an excellent reputation for serving Manx produce.
In Port Erin, you’ll find Rowany Golf Club. A challenge for golfers at any level, the gentle opening couple of holes allow you to enjoy the spectacular views as you accustom yourself to the course.
Nearby, is the Island’s only nine-hole course, Port St Mary Golf Club, designed by 1920 Open Champion, George Duncan, offers stunning sea views and has a welcoming club house and restaurant.
In the north of the Island, you can find Ramsey Golf Club - an 18-hole course designed by five-time Open Championship winner, James Braid. Set on mainly flat ground, making it easy on the legs, the first six and last two holes are over flat ground divided by a brook, while the remaining 10 are set in wooded parkland with a hilly backdrop.
Over on the west side, Peel Golf Club laid out on heathland is extremely varied, with many holes cut through pine tree forests offering a range of natural challenges from streams, turf banks and gorse. Local golfers adore Peel as this course is highly manicured and in great condition.
Near the Island’s capital, Mount Murray Golf and Country Club presents golfers with an opportunity to play on a superb 18-hole championship course set in magnificent Isle of Man scenery.
The memorable Douglas Golf Course is one of a select number of golf courses designed by Dr Alexander (Alister) MacKenzie, architect of some of the world’s most challenging courses, of among which are the Augusta National in Atlanta, Georgia and Australia’s Royal Melbourne.
King Edward Bay Golf Club affords some of the best views on the Isle of Man due to its elevated position above Onchan, on the outskirts Douglas. The springy turf is exceptional and featuring impressive holes, including the short fourteenth, a par three with a carry over the heather and a magnificent view of Douglas Bay.
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Port St Mary
Port St Mary golf course is the Islands only 9 hole course, located on the South of the Island, around 7minutes from Port Erin.
Castletown Golf Links is a unique championship golf course situated on the Langness Peninsula in the Isle of Man, about 7 minutes’ drive from Castletown in the South of the Island, surrounded by the sea on all three sides.
Ramsey golf club located in the north of the island at the foot of a beautiful Glen, was first established in 1891 and the current 18 hole parkland course was designed by James Braid in 1929.
King Edwards Bay is situated in Onchan on the east of the Island, around 10 minutes’ drive from Douglas central.
Douglas golf course otherwise known as Pulrose golf clubs sits within the edge of Douglas. First founded in 1891 by George Drinkwater, the course was moved and renamed Pulrose golf course in 1927 designed by Dr Alistair Mackenzie.
Established in 1895, Rowany Golf Club is situated in Port Erin, on the South Western corner of the Isle of Man.
Firstly as 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 Mount Murray course, which is situated within Santon around 15 minutes’ drive outside of Douglas, skilfully incorporates the natural features of the Manx countryside with streams and lakes to provide an enjoyable round for golfers of all...
Isle Of Man
Peel Golf Club is a picturesque course situated on the west coast of the Isle of Man. Established in 1895, it continues to provide a challenging test of golf to all who play it.