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Cairndhu Golf Club

Address Cairndhu Golf Club, 192 Coast Road, Ballygally, Larne, BT40 2QC
Telephone (028) 28583324
Website www.cairndhugolfclub.co.uk
Email Office: cairndhugc@btconnect.com
Pro shop: proshopcairndhu@yahoo.co.uk
Holes 18-hole course with stunning views
Length 5611
Par 70
Visitors Warm welcome afforded to visitors.
Offers available at this course Open Fairways Golf Discount Scheme
Play on Sat after 3pm and strictly by prior arrangement, all other tee times are subject to availability. Please telephone in advance to book.
Societies Welcome if previous arrangements made with secretary. Special rate available.
Green Fees
Monday-Friday: E
Sat-Sun: G
Course Designer JSF Morrison
Founded in May 1928 by local business men.
Location 4m N of Larne
Conference facilities available
Golf lessons
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I'm 14 years old and play at Cairndhu Golf Club, it is a terrific golf course with an outstanding view over the hills and mountains to the Irish sea. We enjoy a round of golf at Cairndhu all the time.

What a beautiful course Cairndhu is! Located in a visually stunning area on the great coastal route, I am amazed indeed by the beauty of its sweeping views, beautifully tended fairways, lovely crisp and glassy greens. The second hole is truly a sight worth seeing - sweeping vistas of ocean on one side and lush green on the other. I m sure this hole (though a par 3) must be very tough when there's a high wind blowing!
Truly a lovely course and I am obliged to Brian Hood for lending me a buggy to drive around it. Unfortunately, being pressed for time I could not manage a round but this is certainly a top priority on the list of "must play" courses in Ireland!
Value For Money: Good
Mark: 8/10
Shankar Balan

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