Cushendall Golf Club
Nestled at the foot of stunning Glenballyeamon in the celebrated Glens of Antrim, Cushendall Golf Club was founded in 1937 and has been charming golfers with its picturesque 9-hole course ever since. The course is bounded by the quaint village of Cushendall and the waves of Red Bay, offering a truly idyllic setting for a round of golf.
One of the most challenging aspects of the course is the River Dall, which meanders through the course to the sea and creates out of bounds at the first five holes. The river reappears with a vengeance at the last two holes, making any wayward shot almost sure to find a watery grave. This tricky reputation adds to the allure of Cushendall Golf Club and makes for an exhilarating round of golf.
After a round of golf, visitors can relax in the very well-appointed clubhouse for refreshments and superb cuisine. The clubhouse sits on Cushendall beach and offers spectacular views across the sea of Moyle to the Mull of Kintyre on the Scottish coast, which is just over 20 miles away.
Cushendall Golf Club is a parkland/seaside course that doesn't require a handicap or certificate requirements to play. With an SSS of 63, a par of 66, and a length of 4,832 yards, the course offers a challenging yet enjoyable round of golf for golfers of all levels.
Visitors can play the course on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, with availability on Saturdays and Sundays subject to check. Overall, Cushendall Golf Club offers a unique and memorable golfing experience that shouldn't be missed.