Ramsey Golf Club Brookfield Ramsey Isle of Man British Isles IM8 2AH

 

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 +44 01624812244

email;

ramseygolfclub@manx.net

 Sunny welcome back to course For weeks the almost disturbing silence that surrounded our untouched golf courses became the norm although the sound of frustration could be heard loud and clear as golfers cast their eyes over their beloved fairways and greens. As the winter weather began to abate, it was replaced by spring freshness and a welcome sunlight with trees bursting with fresh leaves and blossom. Green Keepers were applying their magical skills producing perfect fairways and velvet greens on our cherished but untouched golf courses. The smell of new grass filled the air, but where were the players? The understandable restrictions of the lockdown concentrated the minds of stay at home golfers on more important things but for the unimportant, golf was top of their wish list. The Golfers yearning to play was almost unbearable. The club fixture list was becoming a memory of missed opportunities, clubhouses remained closed and valuable friendships were kept in focus only by glitchy zoom conversations about previous rounds and always ending with the question ‘when will we play again?’ Walking the course allowed fantasy shots to be formed in the mind, the perfect drive, the match winning putt and always breaking par but the frustration just simmered away. But Golfers didn’t need to despair as salvation was being achieved quietly in the background by the Clubs and the Golf Union working very well with our Government to create the right environment for a safe return to our beloved fairways. On Saturday Dr Allinson rose to the rescue like a saviour and raised the starting flag for a measured return to golf. The Players, ever grateful, understood the single playing restrictions, dusted off their clubs and on Monday morning began to tee off in perfect weather, on lush and untouched fairways. Ramsey Golf Course was pristine in its appearance with Albert Tower and Sky Hill standing guard over this jewel of the North. The Greenkeepers, the custodians of the course, produced a perfect welcome back to the players, who all said thank you. The BRS booking system is up and running so members can book their treasured slot. Of course there are car park and access safety conditions to adhere to but nothing complicated. At the end of the first day there was an air of satisfaction all over but were the scores as previously visualised? No one will know, but the players will be back again and again. Malcolm Callow got the kudos for best tee shot of the day on the 1st but he still put it in the water by the green. Perhaps nothing really changes. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, began his season in relaxed mood and who knows what the season will bring for him. Enjoy the game Players, keep to the rules and stay safe. Richard Power
 Sunny welcome back to course For weeks the almost disturbing silence that surrounded our untouched golf courses became the norm although the sound of frustration could be heard loud and clear as golfers cast their eyes over their beloved fairways and greens. As the winter weather began to abate, it was replaced by spring freshness and a welcome sunlight with trees bursting with fresh leaves and blossom. Green Keepers were applying their magical skills producing perfect fairways and velvet greens on our cherished but untouched golf courses. The smell of new grass filled the air, but where were the players? The understandable restrictions of the lockdown concentrated the minds of stay at home golfers on more important things but for the unimportant, golf was top of their wish list. The Golfers yearning to play was almost unbearable. The club fixture list was becoming a memory of missed opportunities, clubhouses remained closed and valuable friendships were kept in focus only by glitchy zoom conversations about previous rounds and always ending with the question ‘when will we play again?’ Walking the course allowed fantasy shots to be formed in the mind, the perfect drive, the match winning putt and always breaking par but the frustration just simmered away. But Golfers didn’t need to despair as salvation was being achieved quietly in the background by the Clubs and the Golf Union working very well with our Government to create the right environment for a safe return to our beloved fairways. On Saturday Dr Allinson rose to the rescue like a saviour and raised the starting flag for a measured return to golf. The Players, ever grateful, understood the single playing restrictions, dusted off their clubs and on Monday morning began to tee off in perfect weather, on lush and untouched fairways. Ramsey Golf Course was pristine in its appearance with Albert Tower and Sky Hill standing guard over this jewel of the North. The Greenkeepers, the custodians of the course, produced a perfect welcome back to the players, who all said thank you. The BRS booking system is up and running so members can book their treasured slot. Of course there are car park and access safety conditions to adhere to but nothing complicated. At the end of the first day there was an air of satisfaction all over but were the scores as previously visualised? No one will know, but the players will be back again and again. Malcolm Callow got the kudos for best tee shot of the day on the 1st but he still put it in the water by the green. Perhaps nothing really changes. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, began his season in relaxed mood and who knows what the season will bring for him. Enjoy the game Players, keep to the rules and stay safe. Richard Power
 Sunny welcome back to course For weeks the almost disturbing silence that surrounded our untouched golf courses became the norm although the sound of frustration could be heard loud and clear as golfers cast their eyes over their beloved fairways and greens. As the winter weather began to abate, it was replaced by spring freshness and a welcome sunlight with trees bursting with fresh leaves and blossom. Green Keepers were applying their magical skills producing perfect fairways and velvet greens on our cherished but untouched golf courses. The smell of new grass filled the air, but where were the players? The understandable restrictions of the lockdown concentrated the minds of stay at home golfers on more important things but for the unimportant, golf was top of their wish list. The Golfers yearning to play was almost unbearable. The club fixture list was becoming a memory of missed opportunities, clubhouses remained closed and valuable friendships were kept in focus only by glitchy zoom conversations about previous rounds and always ending with the question ‘when will we play again?’ Walking the course allowed fantasy shots to be formed in the mind, the perfect drive, the match winning putt and always breaking par but the frustration just simmered away. But Golfers didn’t need to despair as salvation was being achieved quietly in the background by the Clubs and the Golf Union working very well with our Government to create the right environment for a safe return to our beloved fairways. On Saturday Dr Allinson rose to the rescue like a saviour and raised the starting flag for a measured return to golf. The Players, ever grateful, understood the single playing restrictions, dusted off their clubs and on Monday morning began to tee off in perfect weather, on lush and untouched fairways. Ramsey Golf Course was pristine in its appearance with Albert Tower and Sky Hill standing guard over this jewel of the North. The Greenkeepers, the custodians of the course, produced a perfect welcome back to the players, who all said thank you. The BRS booking system is up and running so members can book their treasured slot. Of course there are car park and access safety conditions to adhere to but nothing complicated. At the end of the first day there was an air of satisfaction all over but were the scores as previously visualised? No one will know, but the players will be back again and again. Malcolm Callow got the kudos for best tee shot of the day on the 1st but he still put it in the water by the green. Perhaps nothing really changes. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, began his season in relaxed mood and who knows what the season will bring for him. Enjoy the game Players, keep to the rules and stay safe. Richard Power
 Sunny welcome back to course For weeks the almost disturbing silence that surrounded our untouched golf courses became the norm although the sound of frustration could be heard loud and clear as golfers cast their eyes over their beloved fairways and greens. As the winter weather began to abate, it was replaced by spring freshness and a welcome sunlight with trees bursting with fresh leaves and blossom. Green Keepers were applying their magical skills producing perfect fairways and velvet greens on our cherished but untouched golf courses. The smell of new grass filled the air, but where were the players? The understandable restrictions of the lockdown concentrated the minds of stay at home golfers on more important things but for the unimportant, golf was top of their wish list. The Golfers yearning to play was almost unbearable. The club fixture list was becoming a memory of missed opportunities, clubhouses remained closed and valuable friendships were kept in focus only by glitchy zoom conversations about previous rounds and always ending with the question ‘when will we play again?’ Walking the course allowed fantasy shots to be formed in the mind, the perfect drive, the match winning putt and always breaking par but the frustration just simmered away. But Golfers didn’t need to despair as salvation was being achieved quietly in the background by the Clubs and the Golf Union working very well with our Government to create the right environment for a safe return to our beloved fairways. On Saturday Dr Allinson rose to the rescue like a saviour and raised the starting flag for a measured return to golf. The Players, ever grateful, understood the single playing restrictions, dusted off their clubs and on Monday morning began to tee off in perfect weather, on lush and untouched fairways. Ramsey Golf Course was pristine in its appearance with Albert Tower and Sky Hill standing guard over this jewel of the North. The Greenkeepers, the custodians of the course, produced a perfect welcome back to the players, who all said thank you. The BRS booking system is up and running so members can book their treasured slot. Of course there are car park and access safety conditions to adhere to but nothing complicated. At the end of the first day there was an air of satisfaction all over but were the scores as previously visualised? No one will know, but the players will be back again and again. Malcolm Callow got the kudos for best tee shot of the day on the 1st but he still put it in the water by the green. Perhaps nothing really changes. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, began his season in relaxed mood and who knows what the season will bring for him. Enjoy the game Players, keep to the rules and stay safe. Richard Power
 Sunny welcome back to course For weeks the almost disturbing silence that surrounded our untouched golf courses became the norm although the sound of frustration could be heard loud and clear as golfers cast their eyes over their beloved fairways and greens. As the winter weather began to abate, it was replaced by spring freshness and a welcome sunlight with trees bursting with fresh leaves and blossom. Green Keepers were applying their magical skills producing perfect fairways and velvet greens on our cherished but untouched golf courses. The smell of new grass filled the air, but where were the players? The understandable restrictions of the lockdown concentrated the minds of stay at home golfers on more important things but for the unimportant, golf was top of their wish list. The Golfers yearning to play was almost unbearable. The club fixture list was becoming a memory of missed opportunities, clubhouses remained closed and valuable friendships were kept in focus only by glitchy zoom conversations about previous rounds and always ending with the question ‘when will we play again?’ Walking the course allowed fantasy shots to be formed in the mind, the perfect drive, the match winning putt and always breaking par but the frustration just simmered away. But Golfers didn’t need to despair as salvation was being achieved quietly in the background by the Clubs and the Golf Union working very well with our Government to create the right environment for a safe return to our beloved fairways. On Saturday Dr Allinson rose to the rescue like a saviour and raised the starting flag for a measured return to golf. The Players, ever grateful, understood the single playing restrictions, dusted off their clubs and on Monday morning began to tee off in perfect weather, on lush and untouched fairways. Ramsey Golf Course was pristine in its appearance with Albert Tower and Sky Hill standing guard over this jewel of the North. The Greenkeepers, the custodians of the course, produced a perfect welcome back to the players, who all said thank you. The BRS booking system is up and running so members can book their treasured slot. Of course there are car park and access safety conditions to adhere to but nothing complicated. At the end of the first day there was an air of satisfaction all over but were the scores as previously visualised? No one will know, but the players will be back again and again. Malcolm Callow got the kudos for best tee shot of the day on the 1st but he still put it in the water by the green. Perhaps nothing really changes. Island Champion, Jamie Arneil, began his season in relaxed mood and who knows what the season will bring for him. Enjoy the game Players, keep to the rules and stay safe. Richard Power