Our heavily-wooded parkland course opened in 1973. The course is built on clay ground so is wet in winter but perfect for summer play. Each hole is individually tree-lined and golfers cross water seven times in 9 holes. The layout ensures minimal walking between green and tee. Signature hole, the second, involves a 170 yard carry across the Agivey River. The Inn makes a perfect clubhouse!
Type Of Course: Pay & Play
Green Fees: £12 per day. Booked groups or golf societies of more than 12 golfers is £10 per person.
Our course is for fun but if you are a serious golfer we are in a great location to visit some of the most renowned golf courses in the world. Within 15 miles of the Brown Trout you will find three great links golf clubs.
Castlerock Golf Club is the least well known but has a fantastic links golf course and reasonable green fees. www.castlerockgc.co.uk
Portstewart Golf Club is the closest to the Brown Trout and home to three fine true links golf courses and in its long history can count hosting the Irish Open amongst the many prestigious events that have been held there. www.portstewartgc.co.uk
The jewel in the crown is Royal Portrush Golf Club is the home to the world famous Dunluce links a 36-hole golf course. It has twice been the venue for ‘The Open’ most recently in 2019 . It is on the bucket list of most golf players in the world and getting a tee time will be expensive and difficult but worth it if you do . www.royalportrushgolfclub.com
Tee times at all the courses can be booked online.