King Edward Bay Golf Club, Isle of Man

king edward bay golf club

The King Edward Bay Golf Club is an 18 hole links course with some of the best views on the Island due to its elevated position. A round of golf at King Edward Bay will be a memorable one.

 

You won't find a course with more character in the Isle of Man or a friendlier club anywhere than King Edward Bay. Designed by Old Tom Morris in the late 19th Century, this par-67 heathland links boasts stunning coastal views running from Douglas Bay along the Island's east coast to Groudle.

 

King Edward Bay is superbly maintained by their dedicated greenkeeping staff and golfers of all abilities will find the 5,221-yard layout to be a unique and exciting test. The course has seen major changes over recent years with the redesigned 8th becoming one of the toughest par fours in Manx golf. New greens on the 7th, 10th, 16th and 17th have also presented a fresh challenge to players with even more developments set to take place.

 

The course is in excellent condition and affords some of the best views on the Island, on the outskirts of the Island's capital, Douglas.The springy mountain turf is quite exceptional and there are some most impressive holes, including the short fourteenth, a par three with a carry over the heather and a magnificent view of Douglas Bay in the background.

 

We can guarantee that almost everywhere on the course you will be treated to breathtaking landscapes and coastal views..

GOLF BREAKS 4U RATING

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old tom morris design Summary:A real quirky course.
RATING : 90%

 

 

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