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Warrenpoint Golf Club

Lower Dromore Road, Warrenpoint, County Down, BT34 3LN
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Warrenpoint is a very attractive parkland course overlooking Carlingford Lough. The course has accommodated several worthy professional events including the Irish Professional Championship and more recently a Ladies European Tour event. Warrenpoint has many excellent golf holes but special note must be made of the fine par 4 7th where accuracy off the tee is paramount to set up a difficult approach to a well-protected green. Also, the extremely tight 12th and 13th holes are two par 4's to test the most skilled of golfers. Warrenpoint's reputation as the finest "nursery" for young golfers in Ireland is highlighted by famed names such as Raymond Burns and Ronan Rafferty - surely a testimony to the quality of the course.

Golf Club:
Parkland Course professional: Yes

Best days to play:
Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sundays.


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Course designer:
Tom Craddock.

Handicap/certificate requirements:

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Attraction Facilities

  • 18 holes
  • 9 holes
  • Golf buggies
  • Pro shop
  • Putting Green
  • Trollies available


  • Restaurant on site

Establishment Features

  • Tuition Available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Guide Prices

Please contact Warrenpoint Golf Club directly for Green Fees

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Directions from Town:
8 miles southeast of Newry.

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