La Moye Golf Club
|Location||Saint Brélade, Jersey|
|Tournaments hosted||Rediffusion Tournament (1963–66)|
Jersey Seniors Classic (1996–2010)
Jersey Open (1978–95)
|Designed by||George Boomer (1902);|
James Braid (1930s);
Henry Cotton (1970s)
The club has hosted several prestigious tournaments including the Rediffusion Tournament from 1963 to 1966, the Jersey Open on the European Tour between 1978 and 1995, and the Jersey Seniors Classic on the European Senior Tour since 1996. T
The original golf course at La Moye was laid out by George Boomer in 1902, who was the schoolmaster of future British Open champions Harry Vardon and Ted Ray as well as his son Aubrey, after he had been turned away from Royal Jersey Golf Club. The course was redesigned by renowned golf course architect James Braid in the early 1930s, and was reopened by Vardon.
The course was virtually laid waste during the World War II occupation of Jersey by the German Army. Major renovations took place during the 1960s and 70s under the guidance of Henry Cotton, and the course went on to play host to some of the world's top golfers as the venue for tournaments on both the European Tour and the European Seniors Tour. In 2011 Golf Course Manager Richard Cutler led the start of a major redevelopment of the course. It is due to be finished before Christmas 2011.