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  1. Killymoon Golf Club

    Cookstown, County Tyrone

    Named after Killymoon Castle, designed in 1804 by John Nash and reputedly once owned by King ... Read more

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  2. Clogher Valley Golf Club

    Fivemiletown, County Tyrone

    9 hole parkland course comprising of six par 3, 11 par 4 and one par 5 hole. Separate tee boxes ... Read more

  3. Strabane Golf Club

    Strabane, County Tyrone

    Strabane Golf Course is an exquisite 18 Hole Parkland course set in the foothills of the Sperrin ... Read more

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  4. Hill Valley Golf Centre

    Strabane, County Tyrone

    Parkland course with commanding views of Donegal. 17 bay driving range (floodlit). Professional ... Read more

  5. Newtownstewart Golf Club

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Newtownstewart Golf Club, founded in 1914, lies at the foot of Bessy Bell mountain, in the ... Read more

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  6. Omagh Golf Club

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Founded in 1910, this club is located one mile from the town centre on the Belfast/Dublin road. ... Read more

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  7. Adventure Tours Northern Ireland

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    Image: Courtesy of Adventure Tours Northern Ireland.

    Qualified Outdoor Pursuits Instructor ... Read more

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  8. Fintona Golf Club

    Omagh, County Tyrone

    This course, which celebrated its centenary in 2004, has often been described as a ‘hidden gem’. ... Read more

  9. Dungannon Golf Club

    Dungannon, County Tyrone

    Formed in 1890, Dungannon Golf Club is a founder member of the Golfing Union of Ireland. This ... Read more

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  10. Aughnacloy Golf Club

    Aughnacloy, County Tyrone

    Founded in 1994, this nine-hole parkland course has matured rapidly over the past few years and ... Read more

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