The view the Prince would have beheld less 70% of the buildings.

The clubhouse is more or less in the centre of this photograph.

Ramsey Golf Club ﷯Ramsey Golf Club, established in 1891, is a members’ club with an annual subscription. The beautiful 18 hole parkland course is an easy walk with only slight slopes to contend with. The course is well kept and closed on very few days throughout the year. The well appointed clubhouse sits astride the par three closing hole, a tricky uphill challenge that regularly provides entertainment for those members and visitors taking well earned refreshments after their round. Its position affords a spectacular view over the rest of the course and further up to the northern hills. The clubhouse is situated in the centre of Ramsey, the northernmost town of the Isle of Man which lies in the middle of the Irish Sea in the British Isles. The Club’s insignia features the Albert Tower which overlooks most of the course. It is a memorial built by public subscription following the visit to the town in 1847 by the Prince Regent Albert. The Royal Yacht Britannia had taken shelter in Ramsey Bay from a severe storm that had caused Queen Victoria to suffer from a terrible bout of sea sickness. Albert was to make landfall by himself walking up through Lhergy Frissell to view Ramsey and the northern plain of the Island. As a consequence of Albert’s and a further visit by the reigning monarch in 1902, King Edward VII, it is known as Royal Ramsey, a boast it still proudly proclaims today much to the irritation of the capital town, Douglas. The Isle of Man has its own government and Tynwald lays claim to being the oldest continuous parliament in the world able to trace its roots back to eighth century.
 RAMSEY GOLF CLUB, BROOKFIELD, RAMSEY, ISLE OF MAN, BRITISH ISLES IM8 1AA Telephone: Secretary 01624 812244. Professional 01624 814736. email: