An Introduction

Ballybofey and Stranorlar designed by architect P.C. Carr, so as every club in the bag is required, which is the mark of any good course. Ballybofey and Stranorlar Golf Club has become one of the most admired courses in this part of the country in recent years. Extensive drainage and improvement works have left the course playable almost all year round, with all the greens conforming to USGA specification they have been noted as among the best greens in the North and West of Ireland. Members and visitors enjoy trememdous value along with challenge to every level of golfer without humiliation. one of the most parkland tests in Ireland.

The Setting

Set on lush mature parkland, with tree lined fairways and picturesque views of the Donegal Mountains and the Valley of the Finn River. The dramatic par-5 7th is the signature hole played around Lough Alan and one to tell your friends about! With the clubhouse towering in the background creates a magnificent setting complemented with the stunning views, sums up this fine course.

The state of the art clubhouse complements the course perfectly where visitors are assured of a warm welcome from a golf club which is a “club” in the truest sense of the word.

All in all Ballybofey and Stranorlar complements perfectly the world renowned links courses of the North West Region. Situated approximately half way between Co. Sligo Golf Club at Rosses Point and Royal Portrush GC or Ballyliffin GC with all the amenities the locality has to offer.