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Northern Ireland Open supported by The R&A

136 Fenaghy Road, Ballymena, County Antrim, BT42 1EA
Northern Ireland Open supported by The R&A

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Venue: Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort
Dates: 3 September - 6 September 2020

The Northern Ireland Open supported by The R&A will be added to the European Challenge Tour’s 2020 Road to Mallorca schedule.

Galgorm Castle’s parkland Championship Course is nestled in the heart of the 220-acre Galgorm Castle Estate, part of Galgorm Spa & Golf Resort, Northern Ireland’s premier luxury hotel and spa destination. It is an established venue on the Challenge Tour, having hosted events every season since 2013, most recently the ISPS Handa World Invitational Men | Women presented by Modest! Golf Management in 2019.

This is an exciting tournament for a return to golf spectating, with limited spectators allowed per day.

All tickets will be purchased online. Details on tickets are pending. Please check our website for updates.

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Season (3 Sept 2020 - 6 Sept 2020)

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