This attractive parkland course is set in part of the luxurious Hall Estate, home to Narrow Water Castle - the inspiration for the club badge. The clubhouse enjoys views of the Cooley Mountains of County Louth and the estuary of Carlingford Lough.
Over 6,000 yards, this course demands a high degree of accuracy and will test the golfer’s shot-making capabilities. The par 4 7th ‘Slieve Foy’ is regarded as the signature hole, requiring a long high tee shot to get over the fir plantation. Two mature beech trees guard the approach to the well protected green. Extremely tight driving down a corridor of trees on the 12th and a green with danger all round on the 13th are great tests for even the most skilled.
A number of club members have represented Ireland & Great Britain in the Walker Cup and Curtis Cup teams. Ronan Rafferty, who is now a golf commentator and analyst, was a Dunhill Cup winner and played in the Ryder Cup.