Founded in 1899 by the ninth Duke of Manchester who wanted a private course for his estate, Tandragee Golf Club is one oldest clubs in the area. The Clubhouse has a great bar and restaurant and has a snooker table if you fancy another competitive game after your round. You can also enjoy the superb views of the Sperrin and Mourne Mountains from the Clubhouse and there are two putting greens, two chipping greens and practice bunkers.
With a very testing par 71 parkland course, Tandragee Golf Club is a great looking club which is rich in history. Beautiful scenery accompanies you on your round and the multiple hazards will prove costly for those who chose the clubs poorly.
18 holes | Par 71 | 6325 Yards | Parkland
Saving applies: 27 Mar 2017 - 31 Mar 2017,
Tandragee Golf Club is located a mile from Tandragee, easily accessible via the A27.