Isle of Wight Golf Alliance

Clubs

Clubs are listed in alphabetical order. Select the club that you would like to link to the club's own website.

Cowes Golf Club


This excellent parkland course boasts some of the finest greens on the island and is located on the edge of Cowes with fantastic views over the Solent. Although nine holes, the course with alternate tees presents a challenging 18 hole test which many golfers have underestimated at their peril.  
 
     

Freshwater Bay Golf Club

Freshwater Bay golf course is one of the most spectacular courses in the UK. Set on the downlands overlooking the English Channel, this seaside links style is 5,725 yards long and provides a challenge for golfers of all abilities.

 
     

Newport Golf Club


With its setting on the downs above Newport, the 'Capital' of the Isle of Wight, surrounded by fantastic views to Portsmouth on one side and Southampton on the other, in between splendid downland vistas to write home about.
 
     

Osborne Golf Club


Osborne Golf Club was a golfing legacy left by Queen Victoria. The beautiful parkland nine hole golf course is situated in the estate of Osborne House.
 

 
     

Ryde Golf Club


Ryde Golf Club offers a genuinely warm welcome to golfers of all ages and levels of expertise. Individuals or groups will discover an excellent 9 hole course layout with some alternate tees for the second 9, and one alternate green, providing 18 holes of challenging golf with a par of 70.
   
     

Shanklin & Sandown Golf Club

Although not long at just over 6000 yards, the tight tree lined fairways and protected greens, set in a beautiful heathland setting, require good course management to enable you to return successful scores. We pride ourselves on providing golfers of all abilities, individual and uniquely challenging golf holes - ideal for all levels of competition, practice or tuition.

   
     

Ventnor Golf Club


Ventnor Golf Club is the oldest club on the Isle of Wight and was founded in 1892.  The course is in a very pleasant downland and cliff-top setting with probably  the finest views on the Island.
 
 It is unusual in that it is a twelve hole course, alternative tee boxes on several holes providing variation on the  back nine.  The overall length is approximately 5700 yards, Enjoyable  and challenging to both low and high handicap players
   
     

Westridge Golf Club


Westridge Golf Centre is the Islands only pay as you play golf course, with no booking of tee times required. A challenging 9 hole course measuring 1980 yards currently under expansion to become an 18 hole course measuring 4480 yar
 
 

 



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