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Awaken your Giant Spirit

  1. Find out more and purchase your tickets to the 2024 Amgen Irish Open at the Royal County Down Golf Club - before they all sell out!
    1. 11 Sep 202415 Sep 2024
  2. If you're lucky enough to be attending the Irish Open, then you'll appreciate these accommodation offers which are valid for stays between 12th-15th Sept 2024
  3. Am image showing the visitors gathering at Eats and Beats in Newcastle.
    Taking place the weekend before, and in the same seaside town of Newcastle, expect a foodie and music lover’s paradise with a wealth of flavours and incredible acts, in addition to events and festivities.
    1. 7 Sep 20248 Sep 2024
  4. Accommodation in County Down
    You’ll find an amazing range of places to stay in and around County Down. There are hotels, coastal cottages and campsites with sea views to die for. There are ancient castles and period buildings steeped in history and atmosphere.
  5. Food & Drink in County Down
    In recent years celebrity chefs like Paul Rankin and Michael Deane have done a lot to boost Northern Ireland’s food and drink credentials. While many of their restaurants have made Belfast a culinary hotspot, their influence and that of others is felt across the country. Nowhere more so than in County Down.
  6. The 4th green at Royal County Down Golf Course in Newcastle, County Down. Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains are visible in the background.

    County Down‘s rolling hills, majestic mountains and island-dotted loughs are the perfect backdrop for a relaxing short break. Use this 3-day itinerary for inspiration on the best things to see and do on your next trip to the county.

  7. 2 mountain bikers enjoying the views across Carlingford Lough from atop Rostrevor Mountain Bike Trails in County Down. They are sitting while their bikes rest against a boulder.

    County Down is the most easterly county in Northern Ireland. Magnificent mountain landscapes meet pretty-as-a-picture fishing villages, glorious beaches and epic Game of Thrones® experiences.

  8. The 4th green at Royal County Down Golf Course in Newcastle, County Down. Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains are visible in the background.

    This is the county that is home to Northern Ireland’s most dramatic mountain range, gave Game of Thrones® its Winterfell castle, has the largest sea lough in Great Britain and Ireland and is St Patrick’s last resting place. Phew!

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  1. A birds' eye view of Ardglass Golf Club, Ardglass
    Located 30miles from Belfast on the beautiful County Down coast, Ardglass Golf Club is links as it should be.
  2. Image showing the club house at Kilkeel Golf course.
    Encapsulated by a wealth of unspoilt natural beauty, this superb course presents a myriad of challenging holes, while a newly built clubhouse offers a warm and inviting atmosphere for food and relaxation.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
    2. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  3. View from St Patrick's Golf Course
    This parkland course measures 6,120 yards, and with tight tree lined fairways, fast and true greens and well placed bunkers provides a serious test of shot making.
  4. Bright Castle Golf Club is a 18 hole parkland course located in County Down with stunning views of the Mourne Mountains and nearby Bright Castle.
  5. This 18 hole par 67 course is located in idyllic scenery with spectacular panoramic views of the Mourne Mountains and surrounding countryside. Mayobridge has been created to follow the contours of the land giving a mixture of par 3s, 4s and 5s.
  6. Image of Warrenpoint Golf Course
    This very attractive parkland course overlooking the dramatic scenery of Carlingford Lough has hosted several high profile events including the Irish Professional Championship and a Ladies’ European Tour.
  7. The Club is one of the oldest in Ireland, formed in 1893. County Armagh Golf course is widely considered one of the best parkland courses in Ireland.
    1. Banbridge Golf Club is situated in the heart of beautiful County Down countryside, conveniently situated 25 miles south of Belfast, easy access from the main Belfast to Dublin Road. A mature parkland course with stunning views over the countryside.
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