The St Helena Golf Club dates back to 1903 and offers visitors the chance to play at Longwood on a unique and challenging course – despite being just 4,783 yards long. The nine-hole course is played twice with two different tee placements for each hole. Visitors are made very welcome and clubs can be hired. The green fee is £15. The course might not be on par with St Andrews, but you will have bragging rights to say you played one of the world’s most remote courses. Let the hotel’s concierge organise your round.
Golf on St Helena Island
The worlds most remote golf course