Clandeboyne Golf Club, Ireland

Overview

Clandeboye is 12 miles from Belfast, it was created in 1933 by William Renwick Robinson, a local linen merchant with a love of golf and a flair for landscaping.
  • 18 Holes
  • 6,548 Yards
  • 71 Par
  • Ireland Area
  • Parkland Type

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Course Description

Rich in historical association the name Clandeboye is anglicised from the Gaelic. In the year 559 the monks of St Comgall’s Bangor monastery grazed their flocks on what is now the Dufferin course. To this very day the legendary Conn’s Stone, (Conlig in the Gaelic) still remains standing between the sixteenth green and the seventeenth tee.

The original Clandeboye course played host to all the major Irish championships until the early 1970’s when, after very fierce argument among club members, Robinson’s original layout was changed. The present Dufferin Course emerged from a design by German architect Baron Von Limburger in association with former Ryder Cup stars Dave Thomas and Peter Allis.
 

Course Location

Clandeboyne Golf Club, 51 Tower Rd, Bangor, Newtownards BT23 4RX

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