Jersey Golf

Jersey Golf


Jersey is renowned for its impressive Jersey golf pedigree and here you can find some of the best golf courses in the UK.   The professional golfers Harry Vardon and Ted Ray were both born in Grouville and were Open and US Open winners respectively.  Ted Ray was the first Ryder Cup Captain in 1927 and Harry Vardon, who died in 1937, won the British Open six times in total.

Why not enjoy the beautiful scenery of Jersey’s landscape from one of the many golf courses with superb views whilst you play the afternoon away.

Despite Jersey small size of just 9 miles by 5 miles, there are still plenty of golf clubs for you to play.  This compact size makes accessibility easy and means you can play at a number of clubs in just a short break to Jersey.  Golf courses in Jersey include:

Les Mielles Golf Club

The challenging American style parkland course that is Les Mielles Golf Club is situated in the heart of Jersey’s picturesque conservation area in St Ouen’s Bay.

Les Ormes Golf and Leisure Club

At Les Ormes Golf and Leisure Village in St Brelade there is a beautiful 9 hole course with breathtaking views of St Ouen’s Bay and the historic La Rocco Tower.

Longueville Golf Range

An ideal way to practice your swing is to visit a dedicated driving range such as Longueville Golf Range in St Clement.  A great and quick way to practice whilst you’re away from home, just turn up and use one of the 10 pop up tee bays or receive some tips with the professional lessons available.

Wheatlands Golf Club

Set out in 30 acres of parkland is the challenging nine-hole Wheatlands Golf Course, opened in 1994 by Ryder Cup Captain Ian Woosnam and described as one of the most beautiful par 3 golf courses in the world – as shown on the PGA Seniors Tour 2007.

Royal Jersey Golf Club

The most famous golf course in Jersey is the Royal Jersey Golf Club.  The Royal Jersey Golf Club is located on a wonderfully scenic location on part of the Grouville coast and opened in 1878.

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