The 15th hole on the Malone Golf Club, Belfast

Day 1

Play: Belvoir Park Golf Club

The green fingers of the fairways fan out through mature forest. Seems a world away from urban bustle until city views reveal themselves from the 19th hole.  

See: Titanic Belfast.  Iconic home to the world’s largest, most enthralling Titanic visitor experience.  Take themed tours and boat cruises around Belfast’s ‘Titanictown’.

Day 2

Play:  Malone Golf Club

Three great nines makes 27 holes of perfect parkland golf, including opportunities for newbies to have a go.  Challenges await too; tricky greens and tee shots over water.  

See:  Belfast Zoological Gardens, Cave Hill Country Park and Belfast Castle Estate where you will find panoramic vistas of city and coast.

Day 3

Play: Royal Belfast Golf Club  

The oldest golf course in Ireland (1881) has hosted royals, rookies and regulars who come for the impeccable greens and unrivalled views. 

See:  The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.  Travel back in time to small town Ireland 100 years ago.  Living history and trains, planes and automobiles through the ages. 

Day 4

Play: Rockmount Golf Club or Lisburn Golf Club

Terrain takes a starring role in Rockmount. Clever design incorporates water, hills, natural hazards and strategically placed trees. Lisburn’s design is the ideal layout; two 9-hole loops, vibrant with spring colour. 

See: A different view of Belfast.  Tour by open top bus, boat, black taxi, bike, on foot or by theme. 

Day 5

Play:  Shandon Park Golf Club

It’s the pristine greens, the finest in NI, that make Shandon Park so popular.   These exceedingly high standards have nurtured a production line of international stars and attracted major tournaments.   

See: St. George’s Market.  UK’s ‘best large indoor market’, a huge, buzzing emporium of local produce, crafts and fantastic feasting. 

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