North East Golf Passport
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Play 3 of Ireland's finest Links & Parkland Courses.
Excellently located just off the M1 and N3, Baltray Links, Headfort and Knightsbrook are amongst Ireland's finest links and parkland golf courses.
This great value golf pass allows the discerning golfer to enjoy three rounds of championship golf at one value for money price of €200.
How it works:
The North East Golf Pass offers extremely attractive green fees for 3 of Ireland's finest courses; play Baltray, Knightsbrook & Headfort Golf Clubs for only €200. The three courses are located within a short drive of each other making them all the more easy to enjoy at a cost effective rate.
Where you can buy it:
You can purchase your pass direct from any of the participating golf courses. It is possible to purchase the pass as a gift voucher. To purchase the North East Golf Pass you will need to provide credit or debit card details or you can purchase the pass with cash at any of the participating golf clubs pro shops.
Who can play?
The pass is open to all Golfers however each golf course reserves the right to request a valid handicap certificate or to require the golfer to undertake a competence test.
County Louth Golf Club
Host of 2009 Irish Open, the courses is rated in Golf Digest's top 100 courses in the world as a "hidden gem". It is one of the top twenty five courses in the British Isles and it is in the top six in the island. Sometimes ferocious and other times benign, it provides competition for all handicaps.
Knightsbrook Golf Club
A challenging and creative course, golfers will enjoy views over mature undulating parkland and testing greens and be intrigued by demanding water features. The course was designed by the Late Ryder Cup Hero Christy O’ Connor Junior. Knightsbrook is already one of Ireland’s Golfing Gems and a challenging test for golfers of all standards.
Headfort Golf Club
The two courses at this club are fantastic; The Old Course is a fine challenge with its large selection of trees gracing the fairways and greens to die for, while the new Course criss-crosses the River Blackwater and makes use of two islands. Headfort House, built in 1780, and mature trees provide a stunning backdrop to some of the holes.