This spacious 18 hole, Par 72 Championship Golf Course is set in 220 acres of mature parkland in the grounds of one of Ireland's historic demesnes including renmants of the Irish fort of the McQuillan clan. The course is bordered by the rivers Main and Braid which come into play and include a magnificent oxbow feature and five impressive landscaped lakes.
This is truly an exciting course and offers both the novice and low handicapped golfer a stimulating challenge and a memorable round. Within the area of the golf couse are two historic monuments, Rory Oge MacQuillan Castle which overlooks and dominates the tenth green and a network of souterrains at the fifth and eighth greens. Galgorm Castle Golf Club is an exciting mixture of the new and the old. This 18 hole, 6736 yard, par 72 championship course is set in a mature parkland located in the heart of County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Galgorm Castle is Northern Ireland's top venue for hosting European professional Golf Events; the Golf Club was the first to host the PGA EuroPro Tour in Northern Ireland during 2010.
"Galgorm Castle is ranked in the 30 finest golf courses in Ireland (Ireland's Finest Golf Courses) By John Redmond. Galgorm Castle is one of only three courses from Northern ireland to be listed."
The Golf Academy incorporates a floodlit driving range with 24covered bays where the PGA staff offers comprehensive practice and teaching facilities for golfers of all ages and experience. Golf clinics are available with a range of times available to cater for individuals and groups. these times include daily sessions, late nights, midweek and weekend breaks. A teaching room has been added to the facilities where the player can hit balls onto the range and a PGA Pro can assist you using the latest V1 Digital Coaching System.
NB. This map is based on the postcode and so may not reflect the exact location.
Green fees:Weekdays: £50, Weekends: £60
Best days to play:Any day
Length in yards:6,930
Par of course:72
Handicap/certificate requirements:None required
Course designer:Simon Gidman
Location / Directions
Depart ob the M2 at junction 1, take the A26 exit to Antrim/Ballymena/Coleraine. Continue along the A26 for about 5miles and then take a turn left signposted for County Hall. Continue straight through three mini roundabouts and you will then pass County Hall on your left. Keep left at the next two mini roundabouts, heading towards Galgorm. At the next roundabout, take the first exit which is right through the gates of Galgorm Castle Golf Club.
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