The Dunluce Course designed by the famous architect, Harry S. Colt is consistently rated among the worlds top courses. The course has a wonderful history, being the only venue in Ireland to have hosted The Open Championship in 1951 when Max Faulkner won the famous 'claret jug'. It also has the distinguishment of being home club to two Open Champions, Fred Daly and Graeme McDowell. The 14th hole Calamity, the most famous on the Dunluce links, is a 205 yard par three requiring accuracy to the green to avoid a deep valley to the right of the green. Other notable holes include White Rock's a Par 4 with its green hanging over the sea and views of white cliffs along the coast and the ruins of Dunluce Castle in the background.
|Address:||Portrush, County Antrim, Northern Ireland|
|Course Architect:||Harry S. Colt|
|Caddies:||By request. As there are many blind shots on the course caddies are strongly recommended.|
|Catering:||Bar and Restaurant|
|Major Events:||Irish Open Championship 1930, 1937 and 1947. The Open Championship 1951. The Amateur Championship 1993. The Seniors British Open 1995, 1999 and 2004|
|Practice Facilities:||Practice Range, Pitching Green and Putting Green.|
|Guest Locker Rooms:||Yes|