Golfing on this 'jewel in the Irish Sea' is nothing short of a privilege. It can become an experience that is personalised to satisfy your every golfing desire.
Geographically central in the Irish Sea, this 'Gem of God's Earth', as it has previously been described, is teeming with a wide variety of wildlife. Even the two so-called municipal courses, both havens for local wildlife, will put many a private course to shame. Castletown golf course, with three sides adjacent to the sea, is one of the few links courses in the UK that is fortunate to boast views of the sea from every hole. With the final three running alongside the Irish Sea 18 holes round here should be your first port of call. Douglas is a fitting course for all standards and visitors will have a good chance of putting a score together as the frequent number of par threes can make this a rewarding game of golf.
The James Braid design at Peel will see you having to avoid water on many holes. Do that and you'll be in with a shout of shooting a good score. So for a golfing holiday that's away from the usual norm, the Isle of Man provides a wonderful sanctuary for your golfing needs.
Redesigned in its present condition in the late 1920s by Mackenzie Ross, one of the chief architects of Turnberry, Castletown golf course is rich in t... Read more
Founded in 1891, Douglas golf club offers a fabulous course in magnificent surroundings. It operates on a pay and play basis, so offers excellent valu... Read more
From its elevated position, high up in the hills outside Douglas, King Edward Bay golf club offers some of the finest views of the Isle of Man. Lookin... Read more
A challenge to golfers irrespective of ability or handicap, Mount Murray golf club offers a course set in the beautiful Manx countryside which offers ... Read more
Set on sprawling, undulating healthland, Peel golf club aims to cater for all skill levels and abilities, providing a vast variety of holes to test ev... Read more
Founded in 1903, Port St. Mary golf club has been at its current home since 1935, and has the distinction of being the only nine-hole golf course on t... Read more
Ramsey golf club, on the North of the island, offers a course set on mainly flat ground, making it easy on the legs, although the holes from 7 through... Read more