Founded in 1899, this part-seaside and part open parkland course has several lurking water hazards to catch the unthinking shot. The eighteenth is an intimidating finishing hole with out of bounds on both left and right, while the sea breeze can wreak havoc with club selection. This area of the County Down coastline provides wonderful views over the nearby Copeland Islands. The sixteenth tee is also a great vantage point with the hills of south-west Scotland visibly seen in the distance on a clear day.
18 holes, part links, part parkland. Interesting and well-maintained championship course with spectacular views over Irish Sea to Scottish coast. Par: 71, Standard Scratch Score: 70, Size: 6160 yds Club Professional: Gordon Drew
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Green fees:Weekdays: £22 or £15 with a member.
Weekends/public holidays: £26 or £15 with a member.
Best days to play:Any day except Saturday
Length in yards:6,145
Par of course:71
Handicap/certificate requirements:None required
Course professional: Yes
Opening times:Daily from dawn to dusk.
Restaurant: Open daily
Prices:Green fees week days £22 Saturday-Sunday £26
Location / Directions
8km South of Bangor on the A2 Coast Road.
- Pro shop
- Trollies available
- Golf buggies
- 18 holes
- Restaurant onsite
- Putting Green
- Dress code
- Tuition Available
- Club Hire
- Credit/Debit Cards Accepted
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