Omagh Golf Club

Address: 83a Dublin Road
Town: BT78 1HQ Omagh
County Tyrone
Phone: 44 28 8224 3160

Omagh Golf Club is widely renowned for the warm and friendly welcome extended to both members and visitors alike. An "Old Hand" in the golfing fraternity, Omagh Golf Club has developed from modest origins in 1910 to become one of the finest and most progressive parkland golf courses in Nor thern Ireland.Situated in the heart of Tyrone's county town, Omagh Golf Club boasts a stunning 18-hole parkland course. Consisting of two contrasting nines situated either side of the Dublin Road, the par 71 course offers a significant challenge to members and visitors alike. With the Sperrin Mountains visible in the backdrop, golfers are treated to an array of picturesque scenery as they battle the undulating fairways of Omagh.

Dungannon Golf Club

Address: 34 Springfield Lane
Town: BT70 1QX Dungannon
County Tyrone
Phone: 44 28 8772 2098

Dungannon Golf Club was founded in 1890 and is one of the original founder clubs of the Golfing Union of Ireland. It began as a 9 hole course and subsequently leased additional land to expand to the present 18 holes. In common with other clubs of its vintage, the clubhouse facilities were small and primitive with an on-going process of building bigger and better. In 2000, the clubhouse was completely rebuilt on the site of its predecessors to provide the best facilities possible for the new Millennium. Dungannon is also home to Irelands' Darren Clarke, the 2011 Open Champion and it was Darren, a former member and now an Honorary Life Member, who officially opened the new Clubhouse back in June 2000. At this time the Club reconstructed three holes to tighten the course and make it a greater challenge to the average golfer. One of these new holes,the signature 9th is now called the "Darren Clarke" which features a fairly narrow, ribbon-like crescent shaped green which is completely protected from the tee by a pond.

Killymoon Golf Club

Address: 200 Killymoon Road
Town: BT80 8TW Cookstown
County Tyrone
Phone: 02886763460

Welcome to Killymoon Golf Club, Established 1889, Founding Member of the Golfing Union of Ireland. Killymoon Golf Club is situated in the Mid Ulster town of Cookstown approximately 50 miles from Belfast. The course is a few minutes away from any of the town's three hotels and hosts an excellent club house with bar and restaurant facilities. Membership queries for either full or house membership or society bookings should be directed in the first instance to the Club Manager who can be contacted on 028 86763762.

Newtownstewart Golf Club

Address: 38 Golf Course Road
Town: BT78 4HU Newtownstewart
County Tyrone
Phone: 44 28 8166 1466

Newtownstewart Golf Course is an 18-hole course situated on Baronscourt Estate and is laid out in an attractive parkland setting. The Course is a Par 70 and is 5,901 yards long. It is widely recognised as being one of the best inland courses in Northern Ireland. This is a 5-minute drive from the accommodation available at the Clock Tower and Governor's Lodge.The Club was established in 1914 and the Club House is a popular venue, welcoming groups and individual visitors alike, the emphasis being on friendliness rather than formality. The golf shop has a wide range of branded merchandise and is open seven days per week. There are extensive practice facilities and trolley, club and motorised buggy hire also available throughout the week. The clubhouse offers the usual range of services - bar, television, snooker and catering by arrangement. All bookings must be made in advance.


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  • Strabane Golf Club

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