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See The Sea From Every Tee
Set on the downlands overlooking the English Channel, this par 69 seaside links-style golf course is 5,725 yards long and provides a challenge for golfers of all abilities.
The site, owned by the National Trust, is a SSSI and a European Special Area of Conservation, home to many rare and endangered species of flora and fauna. With arguably the finest beach on the Island not much more than a couple of par fives away, it is an ideal venue for all the family. Visitors and societies are always made most welcome.
The course is littered with ancient monuments which provide a special kind of hazard to the visiting golfer - the seventh fairway threads itself through two bonze age burial mounds hence the name Tumuli.
Take a hole by hole tour of the course - click a hole number on the map or on the list below to start.
Enjoy your game on Freshwater Bay Golf Course and delight in the views of Tennyson Down (the inspiration of much of Lord Tennyson's poetry), of Freshwater Bay, of the Solent and Yarmouth and of the English Channel. However, do not be lulled into a false sense of security - the holes rarely play as serenely as they look!
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