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Manor Golf Club

69 Bridge Street, Kilrea, County Londonderry, BT51 5RR
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A stunning nine hole golf course that spans over 4000 yards of lush fairway and precision cut greens.

The 9 hole golf course at Manor Golf Club, Kilrea was opened for play in 1991 and was affiliated to the G.U.I towards the end of 1994 during the late Eric McMasters' first year as Captain. His untiring and dedicated work which led to affiliation was recognised by the committee and members by proposing him to continue as Captain for a 2nd year. Indeed he is remembered in perpetuity by the Golfer of the Year being awarded the Eric McMaster trophy.

Golf societies are very welcome at The Manor Golf Club. We offer a warm welcome to all visitors. For the perfect 19th hole our large balcony overlooks the golf course and lake and is enjoyed all summer long. We have lanterns and heaters nearby for when the sun goes down. The perfect golfer's haven.

Golf Club:
Type of course: Parkland

Best days to play:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Length in yards:

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Handicap/certificate requirements:
None required


Attraction Facilities

  • 9 holes
  • Dress code


  • Restaurant on site

Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Toilets

Leisure Facilities

  • Wifi

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

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