Situated on Muldersleigh Hill the location of early settlements dating as far back as the early Stone Age, the site offers unrivalled views over vast areas of land and sea.
As you travel around the course you can see all the way across Belfast Lough to the Mourne Mountains, over the Irish Sea to Scotland and across Islandmagee all the way up to the famous Glens of Antrim and close to the newly restored famous Gobbins cliff-face path.
The club boasts a challenging but fair 18 hole course suitable for experienced and novice golfers. The top 9 holes tend to play more "links” type golf while the bottom 9 holes are more "parkland” the best of both worlds. The course is known among golfers in Ireland as "a hidden gem on the beautiful Antrim coast”.
We are proud of our reputation for hospitality and friendliness, with bar and restaurant facilities second to none, a friendly welcome awaits all visitors to this club.
Set in picturesque settings, Whitehead Golf Club is renound for its natural beauty on a Parkland styled course.This is a picture of the 17th , one of the toughest holes on the course which requires a well positioned tee shot. The approach shot is to an elevated green with a false front and can catch even the best golfers out when determining yardage, especially on a windy day.
Whitehead Golf Club offers stunning views on every hole of the surrounding areas especially Belfast Lough . This is the Par 3 18th hole which runs parallel to the Clubhouse. Very much a true test for any golfer who is scoring well and hoping to finish strongly to cap off a great round. The green itself runs from back to front and with its many breaks and borrows has caught out many a golfer with their trusty flat stick.