Jersey

Jersey has been inhabited for more than 250,000 years, long before the melting of the icecaps made it an island in the English Channel. Raided by Vikings, ruled variously by the French, English and Germans (during WWII), the Bailiwick of Jersey is now an independent island, popular tourist destination and tax haven.

Slightly larger and flashier than its more staid Channel Island sibling, Guernsey, Jersey therefore has more to offer the visiting golfer.

There are six golf clubs affiliated to the Jersey Golf Union, three 18-hole golf courses (Royal Jersey Golf Club, La Moye Golf Club and Les Mielles Golf & Country Club) and three 9-hole courses (Les Ormes Golf Club, Wheatlands Hotel & Golf Course and St. Clement (Jersey) Golf Club). Not bad for an isle only 9 miles long and 5 miles wide.

Six-time Open Champion, Harry Vardon, is Jersey’s most famous golfing son and his statue can be seen at Royal Jersey Golf Club. “Don’t play too much golf. Two rounds a day are plenty.” Wise words from Vardon.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Jersey

La Moye

1st Jersey Ranking

La Moye Golf Club is set spectacularly on a promontory, some 250 feet above sea level. The views are quite breathtaking, overlooking the wide sweep of St Ouen's Bay...

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Royal Jersey

2nd Jersey Ranking

Royal Jersey Golf Club is routed over delightful sandy ground, flanked to the east by Royal Grouville Bay. This is where Harry Vardon cut his golfing teeth.

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