Details accurate at time of publication. Verify for current details. Portrush golf course Ireland Royal Portrush Golf Club
County Antrim BT56 8JQ
Telephone: 028 7082 2311 – Clubhouse 028 7082 3335? – Professionals Shop 028 7082 3351? – Ladies Club Email: email@example.com Web: www.royalportrushgolfclub.com
DUNLUCE COURSE 18 holes 6845 yards par 72 SSS 73
Weekdays – £160.00 per person per round. Weekends – £180.00 per person per round.
Visitors may play a second round on Dunluce: Tuesday and Thursday, at an additional charge of £75.00 and weekends at an additional charge of £75.00, subject to Electric carts, pull carts and rental clubs available *Winter Green Fee: November to March inclusive – weekdays £80.00. Sat-Sun £180.00
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GREEN FEES VALLEY LINKS COURSE 18 holes 6304 yards
Weekdays – £42.00 per person per round Weekends – £55.00 per person per round Visitors may play a second Round on Valley, weekdays at an additional charge of £15.00, subject to availability on the day.
*Winter Green Fee: November to March inclusive – £25.00
Shirts Golf shirts must have collars, with either long or short sleeves. Rugby/football shirts are prohibited, as are any shirts carrying slogans, numbers or illustrations on apparel that are not golf-related. Collarless shirts, such as t-shirts of any variety, are not allowed.
Long Trousers Must be tailored and appropriate for golf. All types or colour of denim, military-style or camouflage-style trousers, combat trousers (multiple pockets), cut-offs or tracksuits are strictly prohibited.
Shorts Tailored Bermuda shorts are permitted on the Links and in the Clubhouse. Shorts can be worn with white or colored knee-length or short socks.
Short shorts, training shorts and athletic shorts are not permitted. Shorts are permitted in the Clubhouse. Toilet facilities are available in locker rooms.
Shoes Shoes designed for the purpose of playing golf only, are permitted. Hard and soft spikes are both permitted on the Links. Golfers are not permitted to wear training shoes on the Links. Training shoes are not permitted in the Clubhouse, except Junior Boys/Girls under 18 years of age. Golf shoes are not permitted in the Clubhouse, except in the locker room, golf shop and the Dunluce Room. Sandals, of any type, are not permitted on the Links. Any sandals/shoes worn in the Clubhouse, must be worn with socks (this applies to gentlemen only).
Ladies Collarless shirts/tops must have sleeves and sleeveless shirts/tops must have collars and must have a modest neckline. Halter-neck tops are not permitted. Trousers, tailored Bermuda shorts, golf skirts/culottes are permitted.
Caps Caps are not permitted to be worn in the Clubhouse by either ladies or gentlemen.
These rules apply to all golfers, as well as caddies and visitors accompanying golfers. Persons not properly dressed will be denied access to the Clubhouse. The Dress Code will be strictly enforced at all times. All Golf Club staff are fully authorised to require any golfer, whose dress does not comply with the dress code, to leave the course. Please avoid embarrassing situations, as members of staff are not permitted to allow any exceptions to this Rule. Golfers and visitors who are uncooperative or abusive to staff will be asked to leave the Golf Club.
The Dunluce course at Royal Portrush is one of the world’s best links courses
Founded in May 1888 as a nine hole course, it became the Royal County Club in 1892 and finally, Royal Portrush Golf Club in 1895, it has undergone many changes during the course of its existence.
The original nine holes were extended to eighteen by 1889, while the noted golf architect, Harry Colt, designed the present course.
Royal Portrush has hosted many major events over the years.
In July 1951 hosted the British Open Golf Championship, an event won by Max Faulkner Royal Portrush offers two fine links courses, the Dunluce Course championship links and the slightly shorter Valley Course, both offer challenges to golfers of all abilities.
The Valley course lies between the East Strand and the Dunluce golf course in Portrush, it is laid out between the huge sand hills along the Atlantic shore and the higher ground of the Dunluce course. It has lots of humps, hollows and rolling fairways to be found on any genuine links course.
Where to stay
Single/Double from £60 per room
Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Portrush Antrim Northern Ireland 14 Eglinton Street Portrush Antrim BT56 8DX Northern Ireland Telephone – 02870823609 Fax – 03870823609
Family run B&B, Central Location with private parking. Antrim House B&B is located right in the centre of Portrush, within walking distance of all local restaurants, beaches and shops. Close to the Royal Portrush Golf Club, Bushmills Distillery and Giants Causeway. Private car parking and garden.