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Belfast Golf Break

Ireland, The North, Belfast


The Hotel

Enjoy a 4 star hotel with some top local golf courses



The golf course at Craigavad was originally designed by perhaps the greatest golf course architect ever, Harry Colt.
The layout consists of two loops, the first an outer clockwise circuit, finishing at our signature hole the par three 11th, the homeward inner loop in contrast, anti-clockwise.

Course Highlights

  • Oldest golf club in Northern Ireland


Malone is a fine championship course situated on 330 acres of undulating wooded parkland. Its 27 holes of secluded gently undulating parkland countryside is just 5 miles from Belfast City centre. The centre piece of the course is the beautiful natural trout lake which extends for some 27 acres. The course is a real challenge with mature trees shaping many of the holes with the lake first comes into play on the 13th. Beware the 15th where the tee shot to a tricky undulating green is over water all the way. Also the 18th is daunting where almost any ball to the right of the green is water bound. Navigate the course here and get a taste of what you can expect when you play!

Course Highlights

  • 330 acres of undulating wooded parkland
  • 27 holes
  • 5 miles from Belfast City centre
Founded in 1927, this undulating parkland course, which meanders through 136 acres of mature woodland was designed by the famed course architect H S Colt.  Situated just two miles from Belfast City Centre, Belvoir Park Golf Club boasts a distinguished history having hosted The Irish Open, Irish PGA & Irish Close. Course Highlights Belvoir Park Golf Club was established in South Belfast during 1927, set in some 136 acres of delightful parkland and was designed by the famed course architect Harry S Colt. Ever since it has sought to provide a warm and friendly club environment for men’s, ladies’, senior and junior golf over the past 86 years. Belvoir Park Golf Club remains one of the pre-eminent parkland courses in Ireland, hosting the Ulster Professional in 1930, won by Joe McCartney, the Irish Open in 1949 and 1953 with the winner Harry Bradshaw claiming afterwards that “it was the best inland course I have ever played”. The course also hosted the Irish PGA Championship in 1995 and most recently the Irish Amateur Close Championship in 2008. It was a privilege to have been invited to host the Senior Ladies’ British Open Amateur Championship in 2011 and World Police and Fire Games in 2013.

Call for 2021 Price

  • 2 Nights stay in a city centre hotel
  • B&B
  • Golf on Sunday at Malone & Monday Belvoir

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Belfast Golf Break

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