Bangor Golf Club

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Address: Broadway, Bangor,, Down, BT204RH, United Kingdom
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Opened: 1903
Holes: 18
Type: Parkland
Length: 6410 yds
Par: 71
Rating/SSS: 71
Green Fees: £25 weekday; £33 Sunday & Bank Holiday
Offers: Open Fairways discounts (50% off 2-4 green fees); Discounts available to tourists and discounts avaialble to groups of 8 or more golfers (see website or contact professional shop for details).
Tel No: +44 (0) 28 9127 0922
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Changing rooms with showers; Professional shop; Club, buggy & trolley hire; Practice facilities. Various bars (men's, women's & mixed) plus full catering facilities
Bangor Golf Club is situated on the outskirts of Bangor overlooking Belfast lough and the Antrim Hills. It is a Private Members Club with upwards of 1000 playing and social members.

Bangor Golf Club was founded in 1903 with a nine hole golf course. The 18 hole layout was designed by James Braid and although it has been modified it still retains many of its original features.

The total length of the golf course is 6410 yards from the medal tees, Standard Scratch is 71 and although not an especially difficult course, it is enough of a challenge to entertain good players without discouraging the less able.

Due to the professional and untiring efforts of the ground staff and successive Councils, the course has attracted some major events, including the Ulster and Irish Professional Championships and Pro-Ams in which such names as Christy O'Connor Senior, Fred Daly, Peter Allis, Tony Jacklin and Roberto de Vincenzo featured. The professional record was set up in August 1962 when Christy O'Connor senior scored 62 with nine birdies, eight pars and an eagle at the 460 yard 5th hole.

The course is continually maturing, trees planted in the early days are now to be seen in their full beauty and the fairways and greens would do justice to many a more famous course.

There are stunning views of the Belfast Lough, the Antrim Hills, the Irish Sea and the coast of Scotland from the top of the 4th hill and the view from the Clubhouse windows, after a successful round cannot be beaten.

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