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Malone Golf Club is one of the best Parkland Courses in Northern Ireland, less than five miles from the centre of Belfast.

With 27 holes of secluded, gently undulating parkland countryside, the centrepiece of the course is the beautiful natural trout lake which extends for some 27 acres.

The course itself is a real challenge, with mature trees shaping many of the holes and the lake first coming into play on the 13th. Beware the 15th where the tee shot to a tricky undulating green is over water all the way. The 18th is also 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!

If you have been before, you are welcome again; if not, come and add Malone to your golfing memories.

Peak Rates
£75pp during the week, £85pp at weekends – Mondays, Thursdays, Wednesday mornings and Friday. Discounts are available on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays before 9am and after 3pm.

More info can be found on the website at www.malonegolfclub.co.uk

Electric club car golf carts can be hired at a cost of £25 each (six available) and Motocaddy electric trolleys (five available) can be rented at a cost of £15 each.

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  • 240 Upper Malone Road
  • Dunmurry
  • Belfast
  • Antrim
  • BT17 9LB

Top Reasons To Visit

  • One of the best Parkland Courses in Northern Ireland
  • Just 5 miles from Belfast City Centre
  • 330 acres of wooded parkland

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