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Killymoon Golf Club

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200 Killymoon Road, Cookstown, County Tyrone, BT80 8TW
Killymoon Golf Club

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Named after Killymoon Castle, designed in 1804 by John Nash and reputedly once owned by King George IV who won it on the throw of a dice, the parkland layout is a challenging and enjoyable test. The outward nine starts with a picturesque and demanding dogleg par 5 skirting the woods. The signature hole however, is the 343m par 4 tenth hole - ‘Giant’s Grave’. Accuracy is all on this tree lined masterpiece; the daunting tee shot into a narrow-necked fairway will challenge even the most seasoned campaigner.

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

Best days to play:
Any day except Thursday and Saturday.

SSS:
70

Length in yards:
6202

Par of course:
70

Handicap/certificate requirements:
None required.

Facilities

Attraction Facilities

  • 18 holes
  • Club Hire
  • Dress code
  • Golf buggies
  • Pro shop
  • Putting Green
  • Trollies available

Catering

  • Restaurant on site

Establishment Features

  • Tuition Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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