Our heavily-wooded parkland course opened in 1973. The course is built on clay ground so is wet in winter but perfect for summer play. Each hole is individually tree-lined and golfers cross water seven times in 9 holes. The layout ensures minimal walking between green and tee. Signature hole, the second, involves a 170 yard carry across the Agivey River. Our PGA professional is on hand for lessons.
If you are visiting for the day, the Inn makes a perfect clubhouse to relaxing in off the course. Whether it’s for a drink, dinner, or even a weekend break with a round of golf, we want you to enjoy the Brown Trout experience. Our menu offers fresh locally sourced produce ranging from ‘taste of Ulster’ favourites like honey-grilled gammon and buttery champ to slow-roasted lamb shanks and not forgetting fresh fish, including grilled trout of course.
There are many natural attractions nearby from the Giant’s Causeway and the Glens of Antrim, to the Antrim Coast Road and the mighty sea cliffs at Binevenagh. Derry City and Limavady are only a half hour drive to the west whilst Coleraine, Portrush, Portstewart and Ballycastle are the same distance to the east. If you want to warm up on your Parkland course before facing the challenge of our world renowned links courses then this is the perfect base.