Situated on Northern Ireland’s magnificent Causeway Coast, Portstewart Golf Club presents a difficult but fair game. The Strand Course is indisputably the jewel in Portstewart’s crown for both quality of game and scenery. The course is set in classic links country amid towering sand dunes with views at every turn of the Donegal hills, the Atlantic and the River Bann. The opening hole with its elevated tee, dogleg right to the green and sandy strip on the right, was always a particularly memorable opening hole.
For something a little less challenging, the Riverside Course stretches from the clubhouse down to the River Bann. And if you like a little heritage in your game, the original Old Course situated at the eastern end of Portstewart along the rocky shore, has tested players since 1889. Without doubt championship pedigree, Portstewart has hosted the Irish Amateur Championship in 1960 and 1992 and held qualifying rounds of The Open in 1951 and the British Seniors in 2004.
More recently The British Girls Championship in 2006 and the Qualifying days for the Amateur Championship in 2014.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Best days to play:Phone in advance for Strand Course as booking is necessary. Any day suits for Riverside and Old Courses.
SSS:Strand 72; Riverside 68; Old 64.
Green fees:Strand: Monday-Friday £80; Weekends £95.
Riverside: Monday-Friday £20; Weekends £25.
Old: Monday-Friday £10; Weekends £15.
Length in yards:Strand 7,004, Riverside 5 725, Old 4 733.
Par of course:Strand 72, Riverside 68, Old 64.
Course designer:Des Griffin.
Location / Directions
1km from town centre, signposted.
- Caddies available
- Pro shop
- Trollies available
- 18 holes
- Restaurant onsite
- Golf buggies
- Dress code
- Links course
- Putting Green
- Tuition Available
- Club Hire
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