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Helens Bay Golf Club

9 Hole (18 Tee) Par68 Course
Laid out over a century ago, Helenís Bay Golf Course is a beautiful parkland course nestling on a gentle hill at the mouth of Belfast Lough. Combining mature trees planted by the Clubís first patron, the Marquis of Dufferin and Ava, with beautifully maintained fairways and small, protected greens kept in absolutely superb condition, the course offers golfers a challenging yet entertaining test of their game

Helenís Bay Golf Club is one of the most beautiful golf courses in Northern Ireland. Founded in 1896, it nestles on a gentle hill at the mouth of Belfast Lough in the middle of the village of Helenís Bay. The Club welcomes visitors Ė in golfing societies or as individuals. The well-maintained nine-hole course is a true test of accurate golf and, although it does not visually intimidate beginners, with 66 bunkers guarding 18 holes, even the low handicaps donít find it easy to break par.

Spread over nine-holes the course is bordered by mature woodland, country park and unspoilt beach and combines 18 diverse and different length tee positions to great effect offering a varied and interesting eighteen hole round.

As well as great golf, the course offers stunning views over Belfast Lough to the Antrim Plateau, Irish Sea and Galloway coast. On a clear day Ailsa Craig the rocky island forty six miles away, just off the coast of Scotland at Turnberry, comes clearly into view.