Spence Willard has welcomed Freshwater Bay Golf Club this year as one of the clubs which the well-known estate agency is proud to sponsor on the Isle of Wight.

The 18-hole course at Freshwater Bay, is one of the most spectacular courses in the UK and is set on the downlands overlooking the English Channel, which means you can enjoy a leisurely game of golf in the midst of beautiful coastal scenery.

Emma Bradley, head of marketing at Spence Willard, said: “We have all come to realise the importance of both the great outdoors and local community more than ever over the last 18 months.

“Being fortunate to have an expanse of outdoor activities on the Isle of Wight, Spence Willard is proud to sponsor a number of clubs and events in order to support our local community.

“As an agency, we cover the whole of the Isle of Wight and offer the largest coverage in the West Wight with offices in both Freshwater and Yarmouth — and we are therefore hopeful many of our clients, past and present, will be able to enjoy our ongoing relationship with the golf club.”

Isle of Wight County Press: Spence Willard has sponsored Freshwater Bay Golf Course. Pictures by THEARLE PHOTOGRAPHY

The golf course at Freshwater Bay.

David Lindsay, director of marketing at Freshwater Bay Golf Club, said : “We are proud to have Spence Willard as our headline sponsor and we look forward to an exciting partnership over the coming months and years.

“The impressive new welcome board at the entrance to the course has been funded by them, together with a navy blue buggy featuring their company logo. Other joint initiatives are also being planned.

“We feel sure that our members will appreciate the importance of local business involvement and that visitors will recognise that they are the premier estate agent on the Island.

“The post-Covid period has seen a resurgence of interest in golf, with membership rising and a realisation that this outdoor activity can offer not only a healthy lifestyle, but an increase in social activity with the local community at its heart!”