Belvoir Park Golf Club ("Belvoir" is pronounced "beaver"), designed in 1927 by the golf architect H.S. ... More
Belvoir Park Golf Club
Belvoir Park Golf Club ("Belvoir" is pronounced "beaver"), designed in 1927 by the golf architect H.S. Colt, is an 18-hole championship inland parkland course which is ranked among the top 30 golf courses in Ireland. It has a practice fairway for honing that perfect swing and caddies, trolleys, clubs and carts are all available for hire. The park is famous for its dramatic 17th hole. Call before arriving as there are some restrictions on players and to find out a suitable time to play. There are full bar and restaurant facilities.
Just three miles from the city center, off the Bristol ring road, Stockwood Vale Golf Club is set in beautiful,
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Playing this course, it soon becomes obvious that it was designed with the intention of attracting tournament golf. Bad shots
will definitely be punished either by one of the many bunkers or the Charlie Dimmock designed water feature. Unfortunately ...
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Belfast Corporation in 1871. Remaining one of Belfast's largest parks, this is a leafy refuge from the rush of ...