La Moye is an impressive links with the par of 72 for men and 74 for ladies; a true test for any golfer.
The panoramic views from the course over the bay and towards the other islands ensures a relaxing and enjoyable game of golf.
Single players are permitted but have no standing over any other match. Etiquette requires that where practical and possible 3 or 4 ball matches should allow 2 ball matches to play through.
All players have a responsibility to repair ball marks on greens (whether or not made by the player themselves). Please ensure you check for and repair any marks you see on the greens. It is a fundamental part of the etiquette of the game and is an important element of maintaining the high standard of the course.
To ensure the health and safety of Members, visitors and staff of La Moye Golf Club, please take care to note and fully comply with the health and safety policies.
Details of range ball packages are available here .
Please note that users of the driving range are personally liable for any damage arising from balls hit beyond the boundary of the driving range.
In addition to the driving range, there is a short game practice area and putting green open to Members, Members' guests, visitors paying a green fee and visitors receiving lessons from any of the Club Professionals.
The short game practice area can be accessed from the corner of the bottom car park and the putting green, which is located at the front of the Clubhouse overlooking the 18th green, can be accessed by taking the steps at the back of the Professional Shop.
Please note that Club's dress code applies when using the short game practice area and the putting green.