Killymoon Golf Club
Killymoon Golf Club takes its name from the nearby Killymoon Castle, designed in 1804 by John Nash. This parkland layout is a challenging and enjoyable test for golfers of all levels. Rumor has it that King George IV once owned Killymoon Castle, winning it on the throw of a dice, adding to the rich history of the area.
The outward nine at Killymoon Golf Club begins with a picturesque and demanding dogleg par 5 that skirts the woods, offering golfers a taste of what's to come. However, the signature hole of the course is the 343m par 4 tenth hole, known as 'Giant's Grave.' Accuracy is everything on this tree-lined masterpiece. The daunting tee shot into a narrow-necked fairway will challenge even the most seasoned campaigner, and golfers must be at the top of their game to score well.
Killymoon Golf Club has a professional available to provide guidance and support to members and visitors. Golfers can play any day of the week except Thursday and Saturday. The Standard Scratch Score (SSS) of the course is 70, with a length of 6,202 yards and a par of 70. There are no handicap or certificate requirements to enjoy a game on the course, making it accessible to golfers of all levels.
Killymoon Golf Club offers a truly unique and historic golfing experience. The course is set in the scenic countryside, providing a serene and tranquil setting for golfers to enjoy their game. The parkland layout is challenging and enjoyable, and the signature hole is a true test of golfing skill. With no handicap or certificate requirements, golfers of all levels can enjoy this exceptional course.