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Mount Ober Golf Course
Belfast FootGolf

Address Mount Ober Golf Course, 24 Ballymaconaghy Road, Knockbracken, Belfast, County Antrim, BT8 6SB
Telephone +44 28 9079 5666
Footgolf 0800 6899552
Website N/A
Email info@ukfootgolf.com
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Holes Pleasant, undulating 18-hole parkland course
Length 1581 yards
Par 68
Visitors Visitors are welcome, but should check tee availability.
Offers available at this course Greenfree 2 for 1 Golf Voucher Scheme
Societies Welcome by previous arrangement, booking Lines 028 9079 5666 / 028 9079 2108
Green Fees
B-C
Location 2m SW of Belfast, nr Four Winds
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Facilities
• Game room with American Billiard tables and full size snooker tables
• Corporate hospitality days available
• Golf lessons
• FootGolf
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