Situated in the Beautiful Cooley Peninsula

The course and club are situated on the shores of Carlingford Lough  with magnificent views of Slieve Foy Mountain and the Mourne Mountains. Greenore Golf Club was founded in 1896 and is steeped in interesting golfing history.

Enjoying a superb location, Greenore Golf Club is located 100km/60 miles equidistant between Dublin and Belfast main international airports. The course is just a five minute drive from the beautiful medieval village of Carlingford which offers an abundance of good restaurants and accommodation including the new 4 Star Four Seasons Hotel & Leisure Centre. Greenore is a magnificent course with a good mix of traditional links and heathland terraine. An excellent test of Golf with challenging but fair approach shots into well manicured links type greens.  These are well bunkered with water in play on some holes with spectacular back drops.

Greenore Golf Club is set in a well known golfing area, which takes in links courses such as Royal County Down and Ardglass along with several renowned links and parkland courses in the north east region.  Greenore is an ideal location to use as a base to play golf, with excellent infrastructure in place and is of course set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

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Greenore Golf Club offer great facilities. The course houses a driving range, pitching and putting green. There is also buggy hire available to both guests and members alike at very reasonable rates. The Club House Bar & Restaurant with member and visitor locker room and showers.

Perched in the middle of the hilly Cooley Peninsula is the medieval town of Carlingford. Here, you’ll find traces of the Vikings and the Normans, a castle that’s said to be haunted by a headless ghost, quirky boutiques, and restaurants serving delicious seafood, fresh from Carlingford Lough.
The Táin Bó Cuailnge legend from 12th century Irish literature (often translated as The Cattle Raid of Cooley) tells the epic saga of Queen Medbh of Connacht and the warrior Cúchulainn. This is a place rife with myth and legend. Resting beneath the lough are the feet of legendary giant Fionn MacCumhail, sweeping down from his grave beneath Louth’s highest mountain, Slieve Foy.


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