9 holes | par 34 | 2744 yards | Parkland
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Helen’s Bay Golf Course is a beautiful parkland course nestling on a gentle hill at the mouth of Belfast Lough. Combining mature trees planted by the Club’s first patron, the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava, with beautifully maintained fairways and small, protected greens kept in absolutely superb condition, the course offers golfers a challenging yet entertaining test of their game. Low handicappers, visiting PGA pros & international squad golfers have all noted that Helen’s Bay is the perfect course to tighten-up your straight drives and “scoring shot” skills.
Leave Bangor along the Crawfordsburn Road through Crawfordsburn village and and, approximately 300 yards past the petrol station, take the first turning on the right signposted to Helen’s Bay. Pass under the bridge and take the 4th turning on the right – Golf Road. This is just before the village square which is on the left. At the bottom of Golf Road, the entrance to the club marked with a large sign will appear. Look out for players driving from the 3rd tee on the left and continue to the end of the driveway into the car park.