Situated on Northern Ireland’s magnificent Causeway Coast, Portstewart Golf Club presents a difficult but fair round of golf.
The Strand Course is indisputably the jewel in Portstewart’s crown for both quality the quality of the golf course and scenery.
The course is set in classic links country amid towering sand dunes with views at every turn of the Donegal hills, the Atlantic and the River Bann.
The opening hole with its elevated tee, dogleg right to the green and sandy strip on the right, was always a particularly memorable opening hole.
For something a little less challenging, the Riverside Course stretches from the clubhouse down to the River Bann.
And if you like a little heritage in your game, the original Old Course situated at the eastern end of Portstewart along the rocky shore, has tested players since 1889.
Without doubt of championship pedigree, Portstewart has hosted the Irish Amateur Championship in 1960, 1992 and 2014, the British Seniors in 2004 and most recently Irish Open in 2017 part of the European Tours’ Rolex Series, hosted by The Rory Foundation and won by Jon Rahm of Spain.
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Max Length (Men): 6895yds
Max Length (Ladies): 5853yds
Year Opened: 1894
Designer: Des Giffin
Portstewart Golf Club
- 3 on-site courses
- Strand Course is tough!
- Excellent seaside links golf
- Warm welcome in clubhouse
- Bring your A-game!