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Fortwilliam Golf Club

Fortwilliam Golf Club,Belfast,Ireland
Address Fortwilliam Golf Club, Downview Avenue, Belfast, BT15 4EZ
Telephone Office: 028 9037 0770
Members: 028 90 776 798
Professional: 028 9077 0980
Restaurant: 028 90 774 853
Website www.fortwilliam.co.uk
Email office@fortwilliamgc.co.uk
professional@fortwilliamgc.co.uk
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Holes 18
Yardage 6030-5692-5537
Par 70-70-74
Visitors Welcome
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
No play on Sat, Sun & Wed. All tee times are subject to availability. Telephone club in advance to make a booking.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary
Green Fees
D per round weekdays / D weekends
Course Designer Founded in 1891.
Location 2m N of Belfast on M2
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About Fortwilliam Fortwilliam course is bordered by the picturesque Cave Hill on one side and Belfast Lough on the other. Rising to over 1000 feet above sea level, Cave Hill makes a stunning backdrop to many of the holes.
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Fortwilliam Golf Club is located off the Antrim Road at Downview Avenue in the suburbs of North Belfast. It is situated in an area of natural beauty offering stunning views of a tranquil Cavehill to the north-west and the busy Belfast Lough to the east.
Although not a long course, it provides a good test of golf as most holes have narrow tree-lined fairways and difficult-to-read greens. It measures over 6000 yards, Par 70. The clubhouse has excellent bar and restaurant facilities with a vibrant social life and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere at Fortwilliam. The food is second to none with great variety, value for money and friendly staff (which is why we return week after week). We have recommended the restaurant to many friends and family who are now regular visitors. One improvement that could be made is light entertainment on a Sunday afternoon. This would encourage diners to stay longer and put more revenue into the club.
Mark: 8
Value For Money: Good
DAVID BANNON August 3, 2015






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