Traad Ponds was opened in 1998, and was designed around man made ponds which were made by dredging sand some 40 years ago. All the trees and vegetation have grown up around the ponds and the golf course was cut out of the wilderness. It has now totally integrated with its surroundings and is a spectacle to behold, at one with nature.
The golf course has six par fours and three par threes. It has some great testing holes over water and is known as' little Agusta of the North'.
The course is situated on the western shores of Lough Neagh which is the biggest fresh water lake in the British Isles. It is also beside the village of Ballyronan ( approximately 0.5 km).
With the ground being of sandy nature the course is quite dry and playable almost all year round.
We also have course fishing facilities on the site.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Green fees:Weekdays £6
weekend/public holidays £8
Handicap/certificate requirements:None required
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