Play golf at Ballymascanlon & Greenore
The Cooley Peninsula is a great location for the golfer both to play the local courses and as a base for visiting the many Golf Courses in County Louth, Armagh and County Down. There are two fantastic courses set in the beautiful Cooley countryside a links course in Greenore and a mature country parkland course at Ballymascanlon.
Ballymascanlon Hotel has an 18 hole golf course in a wonderful mature country setting surrounded by woodlands and streams with views of the Cooley Mountains.
The "Proleek Dolmen" one of Ireland's largest portal dolmens is situated on the course.
Ballymascanlon Golf Course has been cleverly designed to ensure that the natural features of woodland, streams and lakes are incorporated throughout and offers great variety at every turn.
Greenore Golf Club is situated on the shores of Carlingford Lough with views of the Mourne Mountains and Medieval Carlingford nestled at the foot of Slieve Foy and Barnavave.
Greenore is a magnificent course with a good mix of traditional links and heathland on the outside holes.
An excellent test of Golf with testing wind shots into small greens, which are well bunkered with water in play on many holes.
Enjoying a superb location on the Cooley Peninsula, Golfers have a number of Golf Courses within an hours drive from their accommodation. The Ballymascanlon and Greenore Golf Clubs are complemented by a number of championship courses including County Louth Golf Club in Baltray and the 2015 Irish Open Championship Golf Course, the Royal County Down Golf Club in Newcastle, County Down. There are Golf Courses in Warrenpoint, Kilkeel, Newry, Dundalk, Cambeg, Killin Park, Clover Hill, Nuremore, Mannan Castle, Seapoint and Ardee.