A gem of a parkland golf course, situated in the leafy suburbs of East Belfast just 3 miles from Belfast city centre.
Consistently regarded as having the best parkland greens in Northern Ireland, the course combines a tough championship layout with some beautifully sculptured holes, great views of the city, and challenging greens for golfers in the golf tournament.
Founded in 1927, this undulating parkland course meanders through 136 acres of mature woodland.
Situated just two miles from Belfast City Centre, it boasts a distinguished history having hosted The Irish Open, Irish PGA & Irish Close.
Belvoir Park remains one of the pre-eminent parkland courses in Ireland and was designed by the famed course architect Harry S Colt.
Royal Belfast Golf Club was established in 1881, becoming the Oldest Golf Club in Ireland.
It's location along the Lagan River estuary made it the perfect location for a championship golf course to be built.
Stunning views of the city stand hand in hand with the highest quality of the course and clubhouse and is only a few miles form the bustling city centre of Belfast.