Kilrea Golf Club
Drumagarner Road,
Kilrea, Derry
Tel : +353 (0)1266 821048 Fax : +353 (0)1266 840277

25 km south of Colraine

Course Details

Course Name: Kilrea Holes: 9 Yardage: 4326 SSS: 62

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  • r.te

    paul donnelly wrote on: Jun 29, 2005

    i love golf, its the coolest game ever. you should come visit me down in swatragh, i'll probably be practising my short game out in the garden. its my passion, i live for it. if u visit me, you'll be in for a treat!


  • golf lover

    paul donnelly wrote on: Jun 28, 2005

    yes!yes!yes! i've played kilrea, finally. i got 56 over par! pretty sweet dont you think! i was told that i should turn pro but im gona stay amature! tiger woods watch this spot!


  • RE: RE: Kilrea Golf Course

    Paul Rainey wrote on: Jun 28, 2005

    Kilrea Golf Coarse is a joy to play, either with friends or alone, against par. As a past junior captain I have played the coarse many times, and my last was as good as my first. It is a real pleasure.


      • RE: RE: RE: Kilrea Golf Course

        Mark Maynes (AKA Main-C) wrote on: Jun 28, 2005

        I have only played the coarse once, with friends. I unfortunately lost, but it was a great game, on an well kept and beautifully green coarse.


  • RE: Kilrea Golf Course

    wrote on: Apr 12, 2004

    i have only played at kilrea a few times but, the course is a real treat! for all those who are begining, to those on top of their game. a wonderful course by all acounts and an extremely pleasant club house.


  • Kilrea Golf Course

    Ronan Mc Shane wrote on: Apr 12, 2004

    An absolutly wonderfull course- a joy to play.


      • RE: Kilrea Golf Course

        b.j.l wrote on: Jun 29, 2005

        ou rite bos! do u play kilrae often mate? well horse


  • Europe Golf courses reviews Garry McIlwaine 11/98

    Garry McIlwaine wrote on: Oct 31, 1998

    A regular at Kilrea, I couldn't let this little gem go unmentioned. Set out on traditional farmland and raised above surrounding peat bogs, most tees offer staggeringly beautiful views. The first and third are extremely testing par threes where accuracy from the tee and firm putting on small but menacing greens are required. The newly extended second is a triumph of home spun design, demanding an accurate drive and a precise second to the largest of the nine greens guarded by hazel coppice . There are few 'given' putts at Kilrea! The reintroduction of sand has called for more thought on holes five and nine which can be fickle friends in certain winds. Hit short into McCormack s (7th) at your peril. (' Calamitys' abound in Irish golf). Don t forget to bathe in the beauty of the countryside and enjoy glimpses of Heron, Buzzards, Tree creepers, Hawks, Pheasant and more on this paradise located on a Proposed Site of Special Scientific Interest. Golf at Kilrea need not be 'a good walk ruined'.


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