Bowls or lawn bowls is a sport in which the objective is to roll biased balls so that they stop close to a smaller ball called a "jack" or "kitty". It is played on a pitch which may be flat (for "flat-green bowls") or convex or uneven (for "crown green bowls"). Most bowling clubs have a mixed team, separate ladies and men’s teams, over 60’s Ladies’ and Men’s team.
Ballaugh Bowling Club - Ballacrosha Estate
Castletown Bowling Club - The Crofts, Castletown
Douglas Bowling Club
Finch Hill Bowling Club
Isle of Man Country Crown Green Bowling - Douglas
Marown Bowling Club
Nobles Mixed Bowling Club
North Ramsey Bowling Club
Onchan Bowling Club
Peel Sunset Bowling Club
Port Erin Bowling Club
Ronairco Bowling Club
South Ramsey Bowling Club
Lawn Bowls Club
IOM Flat Green Bowling Club - Onchan Pleasure Park
Marown & District Bowling Club - Marown Memorial Playing Fields, Crosby
IOM Flat Green Bowling Club - Onchan
The aim of the game is simple. Get your bowls as close as possible to a small white ball called the 'jack'.
Isle of Man Indoor Bowling Association - Douglas
Short Mat Bowls - Douglas
Manx Short Mat Bowls
Cycling, can lead to increased physical fitness, weight loss and a love of the outdoors. It is also a great way to get the kids off the couch and get the family together in a great family activity.
Team RL360 Isle of Man - Children’s Cycling Club
Manx Road Club
Manx Viking Wheelers
Cycling Challenges - Island-Wide
Riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes. Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes, but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain. This sport requires endurance, core strength and balance, bike handling skills, and self-reliance. Mountain biking can be performed almost anywhere but the majority of mountain bikers ride off-road trails
The most popular sport in the world. Whatever your age, ability or fitness level, there is a type of football suitable for you. Kick around on your own, with your friends or join a team.
Golf, a sport spanning across age and gender that can allow for whole families to come together. There is a choice of nine well maintained golf courses on the island including one 9 hole course. Many of the golf courses run lessons where experienced professional players will give you an introduction to the sport and for the less adventurous there is always crazy golf.
Isle of Man Golf Union
Isle of Man Ladies Golf Association
Have fun outdoors and get in shape at the same time. Hockey is an intensive cardiovascular workout that requires constant movement, including walking, jogging, and high-intensity sprints. The game works the arms, legs, hips, thighs, glutes, and abdominals.
Hockey is played with a stick that has a rounded tip, or head, which players use to hit the ball down field. The ball can only touch one side of the stick and cannot touch the players’ feet. While playing field hockey, players must move quickly and efficiently in order to score goals.
Manx Hockey Organisation - Island-Wide
For the more adventurous, hockey played on a smooth surface wearing inline skates.
Learn to sail.
Laxey Sailing Club - Laxey
Isle of Man Yacht Club - Port St Mary
7th Wave - Port Erin
Manx Sailing & Cruising Club - Ramsey
Sailing for the Disabled - Douglas
Small bore rifle shooting, indoor and out.
Douglas Rifle Club - Douglas
Peveril Rifle Club - Slieau Lhost Small Arms Facility, Mountain Road
Field target shooting combines the outdoor field conditions of a rough shoot with the target precision of competition shooting.
Isle of Man Airgun Association - Laxey
The art of shooting a firearm at special flying targets known as clay pigeons or clay targets.
Isle of Man Clay Pigeon Club - Santon