If inspiring views up your game, Freshwater Bay Golf Club could have you playing like never before.
Set on the chalk downs on land owned by the National Trust, it offers sweeping views over the English Channel and the Solent and across to the mainland – a truly spectacular location. Ancient monuments, including two Bronze Age burial mounds on the seventh, add even more character and create hazards of their own.
The course is par 69 off the white tees and there are six par 3’s of different length and difficulty, with the signature hole being the 14th. It has a stoke index of 18. Facilities include a friendly clubhouse where you can pick some tips from Island residents.