Malone Golf Club has been a part of the sporting and social life of Belfast for more than one hundred years. Its present site of Ballydrain Estate is 330 acres of wooded parkland just 5 miles from Belfast.

 

The site boasts 27 holes made up of Ballydrain, Drumbridge and Edenderry nines. The first two usually make up the main course but the Edenderry is great for young and new golfers to enjoy the game.

 

The centrepiece of the course is the natural trout lake extending for some 27 acres. The plentiful mature trees shape many of the holes with the lake coming into play on the 13th. The 15th features a tee shot over water to a tricky green.

 

The round finishes with a daunting drive and any ball to the right of the 18th green is water bound so beware! Since 1895, Malone has become famous across Ireland with many excellent amateur golfers and successful teams winning multiple All-Ireland pennants. These are all proudly displayed in the comfortable and welcoming clubhouse, which features the Ballydrain Bar and breathtaking views over the final hole, the lake and surrounding countryside.