Golfing on Christmas Island!~

Although small, Christmas Island offers its locals plenty to do, one of which is to play a round of golf!Â

What the golf course SHOULD look like :)

Journey along Gaze road through the cemeteries, passed the grotto and soon after the landscape opens up; to your right wide open green space dotted with coconut trees and a backdrop of steep limestone cliffs. And on your left, the bright blue ocean crashing against the rocks.  Unfortunately for us, the island is so dry at the moment, that it wasn’t as lush and green as we had hoped. Nevertheless, it was still a beautiful sight, and I even got Chelsea to come out to play a couple times with me!

The Christmas Island Golf Course  is nestled so nicely in between natures eye candy that you almost feel guilty paying only $10 for nine holes. Â

Famous twin palms!

At any point during your round you can look up to the cliffs and see the booby or frigate birds

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gliding overhead and if you’re lucky, a red crab will come out of hiding to congratulate you on a good shot. Â

Golfing with the grandparents :)

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