About the Club
Gracehill Golf Course is considered to be one of the top 18 hole parkland courses in Ulster, if not all Ireland. Nestling in beautiful 210 acres of parkland outside the village of Stranocum near Ballymoney. It offers golfers the opportunity to sample American style water hazards as well as bringing many mature trees into play.
Some of the greens are strategically placed near to water hazards while other holes are played through mature woodland or over heathland making it one of the few courses in Ireland to offer such variety.
The land which Gracehill Golf Club now occupies has a unique history, which dates back to the time when James 1st succeeded to the throne of England. It has passed through many generations of owners who either bought or inherited the property.
Run as a working farm until around 1991 when the present owner decided to turn it into an 18-hole championship golf course. The old estate buildings have been painstakingly converted to form an excellent clubhouse incorporating modern facilities. This former coach house and stable block overlooks breath-taking scenic views across the golf course and surrounding countryside, providing a warm and friendly atmosphere while still retaining the charm and character of its old heritage.
Golfers who wish to enjoy a challenging round in very rural surroundings will find Gracehill the ideal choice.