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Isles of Scilly Golf Club

Address Isles of Scilly Golf Club, St Mary's, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0NF
Telephone 01720 422692
Website www.islesofscillygolfclub.co.uk
Email iosgolfclub@googlemail.com
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Holes 9 (18 tees) laid out over gently sloping, open moorland. The most south westerly course in England.
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Yardage 5942
SSS 69
Visitors Unrestricted
Societies Must book in advance
Green Fees
D per day
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Designer
Horace Hutchinson - 1904
Location On the main island of St.Mary's, Hughtown 1.5 miles, the most southwesterly golf course in the UK
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Only 9 greens, but 18 tees and a good challenge of accuracy. Springy fairways, small greens and stunning views across the other Islands from every tee. Very welcoming clubhouse and good food.
Steve Watt (Pre 2010)






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