Dunmurry Golf Club is located in Dunmurry Lane, south-west of Belfast.
It consists of an 18-hole course with a par of 70.

The golf course provides the golfer with a unique opportunity to play one of Northern Ireland’s finest layouts in a serene environment on outstandingly presented playing surfaces.

Hole 1

The Copse – 379 yards par 4 (SI – 13)

A dog-leg left requiring a good drive down the right, to give a view of the green which is protected on the left by a copse of mature trees.

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Hole 2

Old Forge – 354 yards par 4 (SI – 9)

Avoid trees and out of bounds to the right and you should be left with a short iron to a small elevated green.

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Hole 3

Viewfort – 168 yards par 3 (SI – 15)

A straightforward but deceptive par 3, well guarded by bunkers.

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Hole 4

Trossachs – 529 yards par 5 (SI – 7)

An outstanding par 5 requiring two good shots to allow a view of the elevated double-tiered green.

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Hole 5

Colinmore – 366 yards (SI – 11)

A short par 4 with danger from trees on both sides of the fairway.

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Hole 6

Rathmore – 426 yards par 4 (SI – 1)

A long par 4 where players face a demanding second shot to reach a well protected green.

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Hole 7

Badger’s Hill – 161 yards par 3 (SI – 17)

A straightforward tee-shot from an elevated tee to a well bunkered green.

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Hole 8

The Lake – 400 yards par 4 (SI – 3)

A well struck tee-shot will clear the lake leaving a difficult second to a shallow elevated green.

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Hole 9

Fortfield – 418 yards par 4 (SI – 5)

An accurate drive is required to avoid the drain and lake leaving a challenging second to the narrow green.
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Hole 10

Elms Gap – 354 yards par 4 (SI – 12)

Avoiding the trees on either side of the landing zone is the key to making par at this short but tricky par 4.

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Hole 11

Course View – 389 yards par 4 (SI – 8)

Trees mean danger left and right for the tee shot which must also avoid fairway bunkers to set up an approach to large green featuring some subtle borrows.

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Hole 12

The Lane – 168 yards par 3 (SI – 14)

Correct clubbing is essential to avoid a dangerous downhill putt on this steeply sloping par 3 green.

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Hole 13

Fairy Thorn- 522 yards par 5 (SI – 6)

This excellent par 5 requires a well struck drive just left of the fairy thorn tree. An accurate second shot will avoid mature trees and leave an easy approach to the green.

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Hole 14

Road Hole – 281 yards par 4 (SI – 18)

A good birdie opportunity for most players, but failure to avoid the fairway bunkers and greenside traps can easily result in bogey or worse.

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Hole 15

Coach House – 365 yards par 4 (SI – 2)

The most challenging drive on the course. “Men of Iron” hit a high fade around the sharp dog-leg, those with a nervous disposition may prefer to “poke out” a medium iron for safety.

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Hole 16

Oak View – 180 yards par 3 (SI – 16)

Hit a draw into this par 3 to avoid a deflection off the steep bank on the left.

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Hole 17

The Hill – 326 yards par 4 (SI – 10)

Avoid trees and fairway bunkers on the right and you should have a straightforward shot into a well-bunkered green.

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Hole 18

The Limes – 370 yards par 4 (SI – 4)

A demanding finish. Mature trees on the left, and a fairway bunker on the right, guard the landing area on this hole which favours a well-struck and drawing tee-shot down the right side of the fairway.

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