Ardglass Golf Club

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  • Architect:
    • Jones, David
  • Consultant:
    • Kearney, Ken
  • Holes of Merit:
    1, 2, 11, 12, 18

At A Glance

It is one of Rich Beem's and Tom Coyne's favourite golf courses.

The clubhouse is the world's oldest dating to 1405!

Ardglass Golf Club Videos

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Full Course Review

Ardglass Golf Club would be better known if it didn't lie just down the road from Royal County Down. About 30 minutes from one of the greatest golf courses on the planet is another than has captured the attention of modern-day social media influencers. The club is gaining a following and along with it, cult status.

Ardglass Golf Club History

The original course was just 7 holes that fit into the 1st and 18th fairways. In 1907, it became a 9 hole course and remained that way until the 1960s. Additional land was purchased which allowed golf to be played around Ringfad Point to Coney Island Bay and another 9 holes were added.

Ardglass GC Synopsis

Bizarrely, it has been left out of Donald Steel's Classic Golf Links of Great Britain and Ireland and didn't make the cut as one of George Peper's 247 True Links.

Routing out and around a headland, you play from town and back in again. A wonderful way to begin and end a round of golf, it is reminiscent of both Lahinch and St Andrews.

Playing typically firm and fast, the small greens are difficult to find with the ever-present winds. The sea is visible from every hole and comes into play on 8.

With a stunning clubhouse, sea views, rugged clifftop land and routing around a headland that starts and ends in town... it is little wonder Ardglass Golf Club warms the cockles of so many!


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The Essentials

Everything you need to know before you go!