7 reviews of Ardglass Golf Club
This boasts a sea view on every hole. The first four holes are spectacular as are holes 11 to 13 and 18. It is a hidden gem only because it is very close to Royal County Down. Make sure you call in it at the historic club house where the welcome is friendly and the food above average.
Everyone should play this course.
Anyone who does not say that this is the most beautiful course they have ever seen must be daft. Stunning course that makes a brilliant use of its coastline with the 2nd and 12th being spectacular par 3s. I can only assume that the 3 new holes needed bedding in as played as a group of 16 and not one person commented negatively. The 11th (par 5) is a truely special par 5 as 2 good shots can still not guarantee a par!
Friendly members and a good bar set in a Castle also add.
Of the 16 of us, 14 said they would come here over Royal County Down if they only had one more round and that is ignoring the £165 for RCD against £28 for here.
A decent layout for a decent price. We had some challenges during the day as we had just gotten off from our overseas flight 3 1/2 hours before our tee time. Beware the par 5 along the coast line - target golf at its finest!
Played in a strong wind and the course was challenging to say the least. Holes 1 to 5 were played in a squall passing and "hanging on" is the only phrase i can use to describe the experience. The greens were fantastic and ran true and pacy. The 3 new holes do not yet fit in with the rest of the course and the par 5 along the bay is a poor hole. Overall a good test of golf which is a great test in anything other than a breeze.
A lovely traditional seaside course that has been ruined by three quite unneccesary new holes that completely change the entire characteristics. The new par 5 that runs around the bay is just totally ridiculous and spoils completely an otherwise fine course
Fantastic course that starts off up in the cliffs and eventually almost down to sea level and then back up. Only over played in calm sunny days and its an sbsolute delight. The first is reminiscent of the 9th at Turnberry as you hit across the water and up to a very tight green. The 2nd is just as daunting once hitting over a gully thats very scary!
A very good course. A couple of great long par 3's. Great views along the Irish coast. You really need your game together when the wind picks up (which is quite often!)
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