Golfers have a choice of several local clubs offering both nine and 18 hole courses.
An “Old Hand” in the golfing fraternity, Omagh Golf Club has developed from modest origins in 1910 to become one of the finest and most progressive parkland golf courses in Nor thern Ireland.
Situated in the heart of Tyrone's county town, Omagh Golf Club boasts a stunning 18-hole parkland course.
Omagh, Northern Ireland
Tel: 028 8224 3160
Newtownstewart Golf Club
Newtownstewart Golf Club is nestled on the foot of Bessy Bell Mountain in the rolling parkland of Baronscourt, the ancestral estate of the Duke of Abercorn. Newtownstewart Golf Club is 5,901 yards long with a par of 70 and a standard scratch of 69 off the white tees.
Newtownstewart, Northern Ireland
Aughnacloy Golf Club
Founded in 1994, this nine-hole parkland course has matured rapidly over the past few years and is now a real test of golf. The course, situated halfway between Aughnacloy and Ballygawley, enjoys in a mature setting and features one steep hill and a river as its main characteristics.
Tel: 028 8555 7050
1, Kiln St
Strabane Golf Club
Strabane Golf Course is an exquisite 18 Hole Parkland course set in the foothillls of the Sperrin Mountains, 1 mile south of Strabane. Designed by Eddie Hackett, the course is a par 69 measuring 5,543 metres off the Medal tees (White).The signature hole of the course is the par 4 9th, “The River” , which has the river Mourne running along the full length of the hole.33, Ballycolman Rd