Official tourism website for Northern Ireland
En

Omagh Golf Club

83a Dublin Road, Omagh, Tyrone, BT78 1HQ
Omagh Golf Club

Book Tickets Online

About

Omagh Golf Club is a pleasant parkland course with 9 holes on either side of the main Dublin Road. A good test for both low and high handicap players, Omagh’s feature holes are the eighth, a 377m dogleg par 4 and the eleventh, a 380m par 4, which follows the
River Drumragh. Extensive drainage work has enabled play virtually all the year round and ensures the fairways are in as good a condition as the excellent putting surfaces.

Golf Club:
Type of course: Parkland Course professional: No

Best days to play:
Mon-Fri, Sun.

Length in yards:
6,165

Par of course:
71

Course designer:
Don Patterson and Eddie Hackett

Facilities

Attraction Facilities

  • 18 holes
  • Pro shop
  • Putting Green
  • Trollies available

Catering

  • Restaurant on site

TripAdvisor

Add Omagh Golf Club to your Itinerary

Close window

Call direct on:

Tel+44 (0) 28 8224 3160

Map & Directions

What's Nearby

  1. Strule Arts Centre is situated in the heart of Omagh, County Tyrone. Strule Arts Centre…

    0.57 miles away
  2. The Gallery at Strule Arts Centre hosts a range of exhibitions all year round featuring a…

    0.62 miles away
  3. Gormleys Fine Art represents artwork from over 100 artists and organise regular major…

    0.64 miles away
  1. Purpose built art gallery in Omagh close to the Strule Arts Centre and overlooking the…

    0.71 miles away
  2. A family friendly play park in Omagh Town with parking, toilets, play park, outdoor gym,…

    0.9 miles away
  3. Let me help you discover your family roots in Northern Ireland. As well as identifying…

    1.51 miles away
  4. Dún Uladh is a centre which showcases Irish culture: dance, song, language, crafts and…

    2.22 miles away
  5. The Abingdon Collection represents over 45 years of passionate collecting and is divided…

    3.77 miles away
  6. Experience the adventure that takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster, on board a…

    4.83 miles away
  7. The small, pointed hills which are synonymous with Boorin where formed when the melting…

    7.88 miles away
  8. The gateway to exploring the Sperrin Mountains... There are over 10km of walking trails,…

    8.77 miles away
  9. The power of the O’Neill chieftains in Tyrone came to an end in 1607. Defeated in battle…

    9.24 miles away
  10. There are few parishes in Ireland in which there is not at least one holy well and that…

    9.59 miles away
  11. On top of a steep hill, the tomb has a modern cairn over the top to protect prehistoric…

    10.84 miles away
  12. Dun Ruadh, meaning "Red Fort", is situated near the site of Crouk School, about 7km north…

    11.2 miles away
  13. This is the only example of an Ogham Stone inscription in County Tyrone, situated 7km…

    11.2 miles away
Previous Next

Map & Directions

Brochure Image
View Maps and Visitor Guides
View what Northern Ireland has to offer and some of the best things to see and do during a visit.
E-newsletter Image
E-newsletter sign up
Sign up for the Discover Northern Ireland newsletter for inspiration and travel tips.
Back to Top

Tourism Northern Ireland

Don't Miss