Ramsey Golf Club

Ramsey Golf Club

    Set in front of a stunning background of the northern hills of the Isle of Man, Ramsey Golf Club was opened for play in 1891 and was originally laid out by Old Tom Morris, one of the true legends of the game. Modified by George Lowe and then five time Open Championship winner James Braid in 1926, the course now offers golfers visiting the charming Isle of Man an excellent test of golf that can be enjoyed by players of all abilities. Testament to the quality of the course is the fact that it recently featured in Golf Monthly’s list of ‘Top 100 Hidden Gems’.

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    Ramsey Golf Club

    Set on relatively flat terrain at the foot of beautiful, tree-clad hills, Ramsey Golf Club offers golfers of all abilities an intriguing test without being overly demanding. The first six and last two holes are laid over flat ground divided by a brook, while the remaining 10 are set in wooded parkland with a hilly backdrop and all require sufficient attention in order to score well. The first hole for instance, is a par five which plays into a prevailing wind with a stream cutting across the fairway. The third green also looks deceptively easy, but is considered the most difficult green on the course by those in the know and the 18th, another par three, with a blind plateau green, is also quite demanding.

    The views from the lounge and restaurant that resides overlooking the 1st and 18th holes are simply stunning and arguably the finest of any clubhouse on the Isle of Man.

    Ramsey Golf Club also boasts an excellent pro shop as well as short game practice areas and a driving range.