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For Golf enthusiasts there are a number of beautiful courses in the Causeway Coast & Glens area with spectacular views and welcoming club houses.
Royal Portrush Golf Club
Founded in 1888, the legendary Royal Portrush Golf Club has two Championship Courses - the renowned Dunluce Course and the smaller, but equally enjoyable Valley Course.
Ballycastle Golf Club
Situated in an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' on the North Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland and only 20 minutes from the famous Royal Portrush Championship Links this is a course that should be included in every golfers trip. Bring your camera.
North & West Coast Links
North and West Coast Links represent 10 Championship Links Courses in the North and West of Ireland on a cooperative basis. We also offer a full booking service which includes tee times, accommodation & transport for all of Ireland.
Gracehill Golf Club
Gracehill Golf Course is a pristine 18 hole golf course within the Dark Hedges Estate. Surrounded by ancient woodland and dotted with a variety of lakes and ponds, this American-style course was designed by Frank Ainsworth.
Cushendall Golf Club
Founded in 1937, the club nestles at the foot of stunning Glenballyeamon in the celebrated Glens of Antrim. This picturesque nine hole course is bounded by the quaint village of Cushendall and the waves of Red Bay.
Driving Range & Golf Academy, Roe Park Resort
The Roe Park Driving Range & Academy is the only 18 bay driving range in the North Coast complete with indoor bays with automated tee system technology including allowing you to focus on your stance and grip for every shot.
Ballycastle 18 Hole Mini Golf
This new exciting mini golf course is suitable for all ages and families. The public can make payment at a kiosk a the mini golf area manned from 13:00 - 17:00 over Easter and during the months of July and August from 11:00 - 20:00.
Portstewart Golf Club
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.
Bespoke golf trips throughout all areas of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Amateur Tournament Packages arranged to suit clients requirements. We take care of everything so all you have to think about is playing your best.
Roe Park Resort Golf Club
The 18 hole parkland layout takes full advantage of its beautiful setting with Lough Foyle and the Inishowen Peninsula providing a dramatic backdrop. Popular with amateurs and seasoned players, the course is both challenging and enjoyable.
Bushfoot Golf Club
Nine hole course with double tees adjoining a tranquil seaside village and offering prime sea views. This very tight course, mixing links and parkland elements, demands the peak of accuracy.
Brown Trout Golf Club
This heavily wooded parkland course opened in 1973. The course is perfect for fair weather play in the summer months but due to its clay ground its prone to being wet in the winter. Each hole is individually tree-lined.
Castlerock Golf Club
Castlerock Golf Club is situated in the seaside resort of Castlerock, which lies approximately 5 miles west of the town of Coleraine on the North Coast of Northern Ireland. Castlerock is a fabulous links course set among rolling sand dunes.
Causeway Coast and Glens Golf Pass
Play one round at the famous Royal Portrush, one of the great courses of the world. In addition, there is a choice of playing one round at three of the following courses: Ballycastle, Galgorm Castle, Gracehill, Roe Park.
Benone Tourist Complex - Golf Course
Also available on site, coffee shop (seasonal), practise range (seasonal), tennis, putting green outdoor splash pools (seasonal). Visitors welcome any day. Positioned in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty adjacent to Benone Strand
Kilrea Golf Club
Kilrea Golf Club was founded in 1919, and is situated a half mile to the south west of the town.
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