Set in the rolling, green countryside around the bustling, traditional market town of Ballyclare. This parkland course makes good use of the natural features of its landscape, in particular the local river and streams. The fairways are tree lined and, as expected, accurate driving is required for a good score.
Formed in 1923, Ballyclare Golf Club has since established itself as one of the foremost golf courses in Northern Ireland. A beautifully matured course with tree lined fairways, Ballyclare is a challenging and entertaining par 71, 6373 yard, 18 hole parkland course. Ballyclare is characterised by tree lined fairways, well placed sand traps and strategic use of natural water hazards – the Ilsekelly river meanders through the course and there are water hazards between the third and seventh fairways and at the eleventh hole.