Founded in 1881, Royal Belfast is Ireland's oldest golf club and there are panoramic views across Belfast Lough from this delightful park course.
The Dufferin course at Clandeboye Golf Club offers compelling coastal views, a sea of dazzling yellow gorse and a wonderfully strategic challenge.
The course at Galgorm Castle Golf Club lies within a spacious 220-acre estate that was once the ancestral home of the McQuillan clan and the Castle that looms over the 10th green dates back to 1618...
Moyola Park Golf Club is one of Ulster’s best-kept parkland secrets and we make no apology for letting the cat out of the bag.
Kirkistown Castle Golf Club in Cloughey, County Down, is the most easterly 18-hole course in Ireland...
The 2,446-yard 9-hole Bann is Castlerock Golf Club's relief course and it's routed through towering dunes that sit just off the Atlantic shoreline.
Lisburn Golf Club is considered to be one of the best parkland courses in Ireland with a great variety of holes.
Bangor Golf Club still retains the original Braid design hallmarks that have delighted generations of local golfers.
Eighteen holes were first built at Clandeboye Golf Club in 1933, designed by local linen merchant William Renwick Robinson. Later on, this layout was split in two, with the second nine original holes to the south of the clubhouse retained and nine new holes added to form the Ava. The Dufferin was fashioned by carrying out a similar operation with the original first nine.
Massereene Golf Club was formed back in 1895 so members have enjoyed playing in a lovely parkland setting on the shores of Lough Neagh for over one hundred years.