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  • Golf course, Guernsey
  • St Pierre Park Golf Course

Golf breaks in Guernsey

Guernsey Golf Clubs

The broad fairways of Guernsey’s golf courses are set within stunning surroundings. Sea views, battery towers and neolithic burial mounds provide interesting views with the occasional sea gust as a challenge. 

Golfing in Guernsey

L'Ancresse Common Golf

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The Royal Guernsey Golf Club and L’Ancresse Golf Club

Located in an area known as L’Ancresse Common, on the northern end of the island is the Royal Guernsey Golf Club. The Club, founded in 1890, offers a challenging course situated among beautiful rolling hills, surrounded by the beauty of the unique environment. Spectacular views across both L’Ancresse and Pembroke beaches can easily distract a golfer attempting to line up a birdie putt. A treat for the eyes as well as a test for the serious golfer, with first-rate clubhouse facilities including a well-appointed pro shop along with a lounge/bar and restaurant, the Royal is first-class personified. Interestingly, the Royal Guernsey Golf Club shares its fairway with L’Ancresse Golf Club, both having separate club houses.

La Grande Mare Golf Club  

On Guernsey’s western coast is La Grande Mare Golf Club. Nestled among 120 acres alongside the sandy beaches of Vazon Bay, La Grande Mare has served golfers since 1994 in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere among a pastoral and scenic 18 hole layout that is unforgettable.

St Pierre Park

In St Peter Port, golfers rave about the Tony Jacklin-designed St Pierre Park Golf Course, a nine hole course that is short but extremely challenging. Do not be deceived by this innocuous looking course with it’s abundant water hazards and sloping approaches. More than a few golfers have finished up their nine only to dash back to have another go at this very under-rated gem.

Taking a golf break

Should you wish to take advantage of the excellent golf courses in Guernsey then take a look at our accommodation pages with St Pierre Park having the advantage of being able to offer golf and spa breaks.