Trophies for the Irish Open, held in Royal County Down Golf Club in June 2015.

Playing or spectating, it’s always game on for competitive golf in Northern Ireland.

From the biggest professional tournaments to the keenest amateur competitions the best greens on the planet offer golfing events at every level of the game.


2019 golf tournaments

Belfast Parkland International Golf Tournament

Venues: Belvoir Park, Malone, Shandon Park Golf Clubs
Dates: 29 - 31 May 2019

Belfast's Parkland group, Belvoir Park, MaloneRoyal Belfast and Shandon Park  join together for the 3rd year to offer this unique Belfast Parkland International Golf Tournament. This time competitors will play Belvoir Park, Malone and Shandon Park golf clubs in a 3 day tournament.

 

Causeway Coast Amateur Golf Tournament

 

Venues: Ballycastle, Castlerock, North West and Ballyliffin Golf Clubs
Dates: 3 - 7 June 2019

Experience golf like no other at the Causeway Coast Amateur Golf Tournament. Running successfully from the 1960’s it attracts up to 600 golfers annually from all over the world. Taking place from 3 - 7 June 2019 the golfer will take on four links classics in Ballycastle, Ballyliffin, Castlerock and North West Golf Clubs.

 

The 148th Open, Royal Portrush

Dates: 14 - 21 July 2019 
Venue: Royal Portrush Golf Club, County Antrim

The 148th Open, Royal Portrush will be played 14 - 21 July 2019, (voted number 7 in the World's 100 Greatest Golf Courses by Golf Digest in 2017) marking a historic return to Northern Ireland golf’s original and most international Championship after nearly 70 years. The Open was last staged at Royal Portrush in 1951, when Max Faulkner became Champion Golfer of the Year.

There has been unprecedented demand for tickets to The 148th Open, however, you can still secure your place at The 148th Open by purchasing a ticket for the practice days.

Northern Ireland really is a land made for golf.

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