A scenic course on the beautiful island of Alderney. This is a coastal course with 9 holes, each with two tees. Visitors are always very welcome, and tailored packages of golf and catering can be put together to your individual needs. The club is also able to assist with finding local accommodation for visitors.
The first golf club in Alderney was established by the Army Garrison stationed at Fort Albert and Fort Tourgis through 1900-1932. After 1932, the course fell into disrepair and a dairy farm was then established on the site. The current site was selected in 1967 and the course officially opened in 1970.
Sometimes natural hazards means that additional skills are needed, and at certain times, the English Channel breeze can test the competence of golfers. Do not let the weather steer you away as this course offers an unforgettable experience, surrounded by Victorian fortresses and a panoramic view of the English Channel and Alderney’s golden sandy beaches. Due to the island’s relatively small population, it is often possible to play a round without having to book a tee-time.
Membership fees are as follows:
Full Playing Member £490.
Green Fees £25 on weekends and weekdays.
If you do not live on Alderney and wish to spend the day having a relaxed round of golf with your friends, there are various different ways to organise transportation to Alderney for the day. From Guernsey, The Little Ferry Company offer regular crossings in comfort and safety between Guernsey and Alderney. Or, if you’d like to charter a boat, the Access Challenger is fully licensed for 12 people with qualified experience and crew.