Friends of Noble’s Charity Golf Day

Friends of Noble’s Charity Golf Day

Wednesday 13th September 2023
Shotgun start at 1pm • Texas Scramble (mixed)

Team entry £300
NTP on all par 3’s 
Prizes for the leading two teams
Longest Drive (Men and Ladies) 
Closing presentation with auction & raffle
Bacon bap on arrival plus light meal afterwards
All team entries to please be directed via CGC Captain
Email – tel 07624 490720


Bessie Cain Rose Bowl (Open)​

Bessie Cain Rose Bowl (Open)

Wednesday 4 October 2023
Shotgun start at 10.30 • 18 Hole – PAR Competition

Red tees – maximum Playing Handicap = 36
Players with a higher Playing Handicap are welcome to enter but will be capped at 36
Prize presentation will take place directly after the competition.
Visitor entry £30 (includes greenage)
Optional lunch available for an additional £15
Enter on or call 01624 822211

The Alan Christian Cup (Open)

The Alan Christian Cup (Open)

in association with TRUE linkswear UK

Open to all players with a WHS Handicap Index

Pairs BetterBall (4BBB)

Stableford scoring

Men – White tees

Ladies – Red tees (+1)

85% Playing Handicap (Max 24 Men, 31 Ladies)

Players with higher Playing Handicaps may enter but will be capped due to the nature of the format

The pair with the leading points total will lift the Alan Christian Cup!

Entry – £10 a pair Members, £80 a pair Visitors

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Trip Reporter Review

Trip Reporter Review

by Andi Mossack

The Castletown Golf Links course is not for the fainthearted. To my mind, you couldn’t find a more natural place for a golf course, out on a spit of dry land with the Irish Sea on both sides. Any chance of some respite from the wind? Not on your Nellie. Any chance of a few dramatic holes over the sea? Absolutely.

Here then is the Castletown Golf Links, a course not short of a slice or two of golf history. It was first laid out back in 1892 by none other than the master, Old Tom Morris, architect of St. Andrew’s Old Course, the home of golf.  But there is more golfing royalty to follow. In 1910 Alister Mackenzie, the genius behind Augusta National began work on updating the course, followed 30 years later by Philip Mackenzie-Ross creator of Turnberry’s Ailsa course.

You might be baffled as to why a spit of land on a remote island in the Irish Sea would be so attractive to this holy trinity of golfing designers. But during the Victorian and Edwardian eras, the Isle of Man was Britain’s equivalent to the French Riviera. Thousands flocked here to holiday and party and Castletown Golf Links was renovated and ready to welcome them all with open arms.