We pride ourselves on our reputation of being one of the friendliest clubs in Ulster
Founded in 1899, Donaghadee lies five miles south of Bangor on the west coast of The Ards Peninsula.
Whilst strongly influenced by the Irish Sea and parts are on sandy links soil, the course is mainly parkland with scenic views over the Copeland Islands and Scottish coast. The course features little in the way of punishing rough but several water hazards lurk to catch the unthinking shot.
Type of Course: Parkland/Links
Signature hole: The par 4, 18th is an intimidating finishing hole with out of bounds on both left and right, while the sea breeze can wreak havoc with club selection.
Buggy Hire: Pre-Book
Spikes: Metal or Soft
Credit Cards: Yes
Pro Shop: Yes
Best days: Midweek & Sun. Sat after 4pm
Trolley Hire: Yes
Driving range: Nearby
Green Fees: from £15 for winter rates and from £20 summer rates. - phone golf pro for details
Course specific T&C’s: Golf Tourism Offer open to non-residents of North Down and Ards only. Buggy hire requires advance notice.
How to get there by public transport: Train or bus to Bangor bus and rail station and then a taxi to the course or Ards bus station and then a taxi to the course.
Distance from Belfast: 19 miles Distance from Bangor Train/Bus Station: 5.6 miles
Closest bus station: Ards 9 miles