Strabane Golf Club
Nestled in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains, Strabane Golf Club is a rolling parkland course that offers golfers a unique and challenging experience. The course is intersected by the River Mourne, with the water hazard first coming into play at the testing par 4 6th hole, 'The River'. After a very demanding tee shot, golfers are faced with a medium iron shot to a narrow sloping green, making it an absolute card wrecker. Another noteworthy hole is the classic par 3, named 'Graveyard', which requires great courage and accuracy with an elevated green protected by bunkers front and sides.
The course measures 5,542 yards in length and has a par of 69, offering golfers of all levels a challenge that is both enjoyable and rewarding. Strabane Golf Club is generally considered to be an excellent test of golf, thanks to the unique layout of the course and the natural features that come into play.
After a day of golfing, golfers can unwind in the warm and friendly atmosphere of the Clubhouse, which awaits with freshly cooked food and drinks ready to be enjoyed. It's the perfect place to relax and reflect on the day's play, whether you've had a good or bad day.
The best days to play at Strabane Golf Club are Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Handicap or certificate requirements are not necessary to play at Strabane, making it an ideal destination for golfers of all levels.
In summary, Strabane Golf Club offers a unique and challenging golfing experience, set amidst the stunning natural beauty of the Sperrin Mountains, a short drive from Gorton Glen Forest Park. With its rolling parkland course intersected by the River Mourne, it's the perfect destination for golfers looking for an enjoyable and rewarding round of golf. Come and experience the challenges and natural beauty of this unique course for yourself.