St. Patrick's Golf Club
Previously known as Downpatrick Golf Club.
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Food & BeverageBar, Restaurant
Available FacilitiesClubhouse, Locker Rooms
Best Greens I have played
Great layout and course in fantastic condition. The greens are the best I have played on in this country
A must play!
For those looking to fill a void in a Northern Ireland golf itinerary, a round here will not disappoint! Staff was friendly and accommodating, greens were better than Royal Portrush, Portstewart, Ardglass, and Ballyliffen, and at £20 the value was unmatched! I just hope my review doesn’t result in higher greens fees as I didn’t see a better value for my golfing $/£/€ on this trip from the USA.
Course was in great condition. Everyone was super friendly. I'd happily go back for another round
Great course at a great price
Arrived a few minutes late due to traffic. No problem. Handed cards and wished good luck. Course in great condition. Greens beautiful. Even the weather played ball. Loved it !!
1st time around
Great course but the uphill on the 6th hole requires a strong set of lungs! There was a competition on when we went round and 5th and 6th were closed for the competition but we were told in the shop it was open to visitors. The 5th green was flooded but the hole was playable if you were careful. Some old boy from another tee (obviously in the competition) came and took a photo of us on the green, not sure if he thought we shouldn’t have been there or what but didn’t seem to have the decency to give off face to face! Would visit again if I get my breath back!
Excellent golfing experience
Great Golf Club with friendly and helpful Staff and Members. The course played nicely very rewarding for straight hitting. I played the course after a very heavy nights rain and it had a few puddles in some bunkers which the ground staff were efficiently sorting out. The greens were well managed although one or two a little soft underfoot, but all played true. Well done to all at St. Patrick's.
Really enjoyable course.
Both of us had a nice day on the course and the greens were tricky and in great ORDER which is what we like.
I've played this course a few times now. The course is always in excellent condition. The views are spectacular.
A golfing gem in County Down
Played on a nice morning in July with little wind. Great course. Not long but tricky, Nice par 3s. One over water.Two long par 5s up hill. Greens were fantastic. Running really well. Would definately play again.
Worth £12 but no more than that.
Course was nice enough but we had booked to tee off at 7.45 and staff didnt look happy to have to open up so early. Just about helpful and no more. We also seemed to be playing at the same pace as the greenskeepers were cutting and they didnt have any time to stop for us to tee off/putt. We were also told by one very snooty woman player who was 1 hole behind us that if they catch up we needed to let them play through as they were playing a match. Im aware of the ettiquitte of golf and they didnt catch up on our 4 ball until the 18th. Nice to have played but would not rush back.