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  1. County Cavan Golf Club

    Drumelis, Cavan

    County Cavan Golf Club is one of the oldest clubs in Ireland. It was founded in 1894. Many of its fairways are lined with mature trees which present a continuous challenge especially on holes 14 to 18. Read more

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  2. 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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  3. Enniskillen Golf Club

    Enniskillen, County Fermanagh

    Located within Castle Coole Estate, this parkland course divides into two distinct components. ... Read more

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  4. Westport Golf Club

    Westport, Mayo

    Westport will leave great memories of a unique course on the shores of Clew Bay. The 11th, with its Everest like fairway, the par three 12th and the index one, par four 13th, is our Amen Corner. Read more

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  5. Burnfield House Golf Course

    Newtownabbey, County Antrim

    Founded in 1995, this tricky parkland nine-holer may not be overly long, yet its challenge ... Read more

  6. Ballyliffin Golf Club

    Inishowen, Donegal

    Quality approved golf course | approved to Fáilte Ireland standards, which means the services and facilities have been independently checked out before you tee-off. Read more

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  7. 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

  8. Dunmurry Golf Club

    Belfast, County Antrim

    In 1983, Dunmurry Golf Club moved from its original location north of Dunmurry village to a site ... Read more

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  9. Scrabo Golf Club

    Newtownards, County Down

    Scrabo, set in the shadow of its famous Tower, has its own unique personality and is a favourite ... Read more

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  10. 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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