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Brown Trout Golf Club

209 - 213 Agivey Road, Aghadowey, County Londonderry, BT51 4AD
Brown Trout Golf Club

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This heavily-wooded parkland course opened in 1973. The course is perfect for fair weather play in the summer months but due to its clay ground its prone to being wet in the winter. Each hole is individually tree-lined and golfers cross water seven times in 9 holes. The layout ensures minimal walking between green and tee. Signature hole, the second, involves a 170 yard carry across the Agivey River.

The adjacent Country Inn makes a most comfortable clubhouse. The Inn offers great food all day with Sky Sports shown in the bar. As well as 15 bedrooms in the hotel there are four self catering cottages, overlooking the golf course so you can 'play and stay.' The hotel makes a prefect base for visiting the surrounding championship courses.

Golf Club:
Type of course: Parkland Course professional: Yes

Best days to play:
Availability all days.

SSS:
68

Length in yards:
5,510

Par of course:
70

Course designer:
William Patrick O'Hara Senior

Handicap/certificate requirements:
None required

Facilities

Attraction Facilities

  • 9 holes
  • Club Hire
  • Dress code
  • Driving range
  • Pro shop
  • Putting Green
  • Trollies available

Catering

  • Restaurant on site

Establishment Features

  • Tuition Available

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Directions from Town:
Intersection off A54/B66, 7 miles south of Coleraine on the main road to Kilrea.

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