Staying at Shola Coach House Boutique B&B Portrush you are never more than a short drive from a fine golf course, and as a former green keeper David knows a good bit of turf when he sees it! Just a mile away is Royal Portrush Golf Club, venue to the 2012 Irish Open, and host to The Open in 2019, and one of the world’s greatest courses as well as a breeding ground for champions - the club is home to Graeme McDowell, the 2010 US Open Champion, and Darren Clarke, the 2011 British Open Champion, and the late Fred Daly, the 1947 British Open Champion.
In less than a half hour drive you could be teeing off in one of more than half a dozen courses offering links or parkland challenges for all abilities and budgets – Portstewart Golf Club, Castlerock Golf Club, Roe Park Resort, Bushfoot and Ballycastle Golf Clubs are but a few of the courses within minutes of Shola Coach House Boutique B&B Portrush.
Driving an hour or so from our bed and breakfast accommodation on relatively quiet country roads will give you dozens of courses to choose from including Royal Belfast Golf Club and Holywood Golf Club, home to the current World Number One and two-time major champion Rory McIlroy.
A short ferry crossing from Magilligan Point will take you to the Inishowen Peninsula in County Donegal where you can play either Greencastle, or the two championship links courses at Ballyliffin Golf Club, before returning for an evening of relaxation in Portrush or at Shola Coach House.
You can play where the champions play at Royal Portrush Golf Club plus two additional rounds of golf at either Galgorm Castle Golf Club, Ballycastle Golf Club, or Roe Park Golf Club. 3 rounds from as little as £125 per person - choose a package from the Causeway Coast and Glens Golf Pass.