Nestled into the drumlins of north County Down, the 18 holes at Rockmount Golf Club have matured into a challenging parkland course. The course has been cleverly designed so that the natural terrain is incorporated throughout.

 

Water plays its part with hazards around the 5th and 6th greens and a small pond in front of the 14th tee. Large trees strategically added through the course will cause some tricky approach shots to the 8th and 15th greens in particular. 

 

The signature hole is the 11th. This par 4 has a touch of ‘Pete Dye’ about it, ample room for the drive, followed by a demanding second shot into a green fronted with water.

 

Rockmount Clubhouse is tastefully decorated in old brick and solid oak creating a warm homely atmosphere. From the dining room you can take in the panoramic view of the golf course and the famous Mourne Mountains. There is no doubt Rockmount is an excellent test of golf you are sure to enjoy.