Ardglass Golf Club

Course Type
Links
Designer
TBC
Par
70 
Slope
 
Rating
3.7
Golf Professional
TBC
Green Fees
Reviews
3

Course Information

ADDRESS:
Castle Place, Ardglass, Down, BT307TP, United Kingdom
WHAT/THREE/WORDS:
Unknown
TELEPHONE:
02844 841022
DESCRIPTION:

The new course which incorporates the 3 new holes designed by Mr David Jones in 1998 has created a trully challenging test of golf, particularly on a windy day. The course hugs the coastline, with no fewer than 8 holes where the Irish Sea coastline comes into play. The Irish Sea is visible from all 18 holes and on a clear day it is possible to see across the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man.

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Overall Course Rating
3.2 / 5

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Course Tee Holes Par Rating Slope
Ardglass Golf Club Green 18 72 70.0 110

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Golf Club Reviews

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Better Than Pebble Beach

Just play this course,,,,, if you want to taste the sea, on the first four holes, play this course on a windy day when the sun is shinning, Spectacular views over the sea and Mourne Mountains. Chip on to the beach green, then enjoy a pint in the 12th Century club house.
You will be telling your friends about this couse for years
Date Wednesday, 28, June 2017
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The Pebble Beach of Northern Ireland

Just play this course,,,,, if you want to taste the sea, on the first four holes, play this course on a windy day when the sun is shinning, Spectacular views over the sea and Mourne Mountains. Chip on to the beach green, then enjoy a pint in the 12th Century club house.
You will be telling your friends about this couse for years
Date Wednesday, 28, June 2017
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Ardglass, an Irish Gem

I recently had the pleasure of playing Ardglass Golf Club in +14 sunny conditions. My host was a most affable and endearing gentelman named Mr. Kevin Carville, Treasurer of Ardglass.
With borrowed clubs we set out and the initiaton to the course is dramatic. Hugging the cliff edge from the first tee shot this spectacular lay out has a view of the sea from every single hole, awesome!
The signature hole the Par 3 No 2, slightly uphill, over a very daunting gorge that juts into the cliffs from the sea to a blind pin position is fearsome to say the least.
The course combines a number of sea edge holes with some flatter holes on the inside loop of the course. Well positioned bunkers, stone walls and of course mother nature, the sea, are all very challenging aspects of a day here.
I dont know if it was "be nice to a Canadian" day but I have rarely felt more welcome at any golf course I have played.
The pro was friendly to a fault, his assistant loaned me his clubs, the bar steward secured my belongings and the manageress herself brought out drinks and fresh muffins.
Some golfers from the area suggest that Ardglass GC lives off the crumbs of the world renowned Royal County Down, 20 miles away. You need not feel the least bit short changed if you miss RCG on a trip to Northern Ireland simply reward yourself by going to straight to Ardglass!
Sincerely, Bill
Date Wednesday, 12, March 2008