Foyle International Golf Centre
12 Alder Road,
Londonderry, Londonderry BT48 8DB
Tel : +44 (0)1504 352222 Fax : +44 (0)1504 353967

Foyle International Golf Centre boasts a championship standard par 72, 18 hole parkland course and a 9 hole par 3 course in a fine setting on the outskirts of the city of Londonderry. Other facilities include a fine clubhouse, a 19 bay covered floodlit driving range, a well stocked golf shop and a licensed bar and restaurant. The 6th green is overlooked by the Amelia Earhart Centre which commemorates the achievements of the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo. The plane landed hear on May 21 1932.

1 mile from Foyle Bridge, Derry off Culmore road driving towards Moville Co. Donegal.

Further Information
Iinformation herein provided by the club 19 Aug 1998.
Club, trolley and buggy hire available. Practice facilities, restaurant and Pro-shop.

Course Details

Course Name: The Beeches Holes: 18 Yardage: 6678 SSS: 72
Parkland championship course. Once outdoors you will find yourself playing under the constantly changing shadows of Donegal's famous purple hills. There are numerous holes worthy of mention but none so more than the 15th 'The Elms'. A par at Foyle's most difficult hole is a score to be cherished. With two lakes coming into play and numerous strategically placed bunkers the course offers an interesting challenge to golfers of all handicaps. Green and tees are laid to USGA specification.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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Course Name: Woodlands Par 3 Holes: 9 Yardage: 1349 SSS:
Built to the same high standard as the 18 hole course with quality greens. This course is an ideal location to improve what is professional acclaimed the most important part of golf, 'the Short Game!'. It will challenge beginners and experienced golfers alike with water coming into play on the 6th and 7th hole.
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  • Europe Golf courses reviews Mark 05/99

    Mark wrote on: Apr 30, 1999

    I had the pleasure of playing this fine course in Aug 98. The fairways and greens were in excellent condition (and so were the ponds who eagerly claimed a few of my balls!!) and on the whole I found the course quite challenging with some beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and 'hills'.
    The welcome I received was superb and the lady in the pro shop, who's name I have forgotten was a great help in introducing me to a member (a local fireman) who took me around the course giving some invaluable local knowledge. The restaurant/bar is very welcoming and serves great food and even better Guinness!!
    I very much look forward to playing the course again when I visit Ireland again this year. If you are going anywhere near Derry on your golfing holidays you must pay a visit to this course.