Ballyclare Golf Club
25 Springvale Road,
Ballyclare, Antrim BT39 9JW
Tel : +44(0) 1960 342352 Fax : +44(0) 1960 322696
Ballyclare Golf Club was formed in 1923. Restaurant, practice facilities and trolley hire available.
1 ½ miles north of Ballyclare on road to Ballymena.
Information herein provided by the club 15 Aug 1998.
|Course Name: Ballyclare Holes: 18 Yardage: SSS: 71|
|Parkland course with tree lined fairways. The river meanders through the course comes into play as do the lakes on the 3rd and 7th holes. An excellent test of golf.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.
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Chris Totten wrote on: Jun 16, 2004
Paul Anderson c/o Sam Anderson wrote on: Nov 30, 2001
When I played Ballyclare I found one of the most demanding courses. The 2nd hole is super; you need a good drive to score well in it. The greens are always in super condition. I could always rely on it to be a challenge. I find the fairways super. There is always a good friendly welcome from members.
David Livingston Hcp 2 wrote on: Apr 30, 2001
This is one of the toughest driving courses I have ever played. It demands a straight accurate drive every time. For me the best hole is the 3rd with its new green it makes it a real demanding hole which requires a good straight drive with water on your right and out of bounds on your left. The hospitality, which I received, was outstanding, and they have a fabulous practising facility
Richard Chestnutt Hdcp 14 c/o wrote on: Apr 30, 2000
Ballyclare Golf Club is a course that I would be happy to recommend. Every hole of this parkland course proved both challenging and enjoyable. In general I found the fairways to be tight. The approach shots to the greens had to be accurate as the targets were often small and well guarded. The first nine holes were superb in terms of their layout and appearance. Although challenging the back nine was not nearly so interesting.
David Gamble Hdcp 12 wrote on: Jul 31, 1999
A course with plenty of hazzards and a good pint of Guinness. Most other courses seem easier in comparisom. Last 4 holes a bit boring though.
Joe Anaqualnospam wrote on: Oct 31, 1998
I would like to remark on how well the course was presented when I played the course earlier this year. The ground staff have done an excellent job in the upkeep and the appearance of the course, it is a credit to all concerned. I would especially like to thank the two Mac Kenzie brothers for their help and assistance during my visit.