Discover the allure of Carnalea Golf Club, a revered members' haven located in the heart of Bangor. As a well-established parkland course, Carnalea boasts a rich history spanning over a century, drawing avid golfers from North Down and beyond. While the fairways and greens are undeniably captivating, Carnalea offers more than just an exceptional golfing experience – our vibrant social calendar is a testament to our commitment to fostering a tight-knit community.
Nestled on Station Road, Carnalea Golf Club is steeped in history, having proudly flourished since its inception in 1927. The course itself, a testament to classic design, stretches out gracefully over 18 holes, inviting golfers to test their skills against its par-69 challenge. With a course length of 5725 yards from the White tees, Carnalea presents an engaging canvas for players of all levels to showcase their prowess.
Easy accessibility is a hallmark of Carnalea's charm. The club's proximity to the Carnalea train halt, a mere two-minute stroll from the Clubhouse, makes rail travel an effortless choice for visitors. For those arriving by air, Belfast City Airport is a convenient 10-mile journey, ensuring that the pleasures of Carnalea are within easy reach for golf enthusiasts both near and far.
Beyond the well-manicured fairways, the Clubhouse stands as a welcoming retreat. Here, golfers can unwind in the cosy bar or savour delightful treats at the onsite cafe. For those seeking a friendly game off the greens, the snooker room presents an inviting challenge. To enhance your experience, Carnalea offers equipment hire, including buggy rentals, so you can navigate the course with ease.
Before teeing off, take advantage of our practice facilities, including a meticulously maintained putting green. This is your opportunity to finesse your strokes and get a feel for the course's subtle nuances before embarking on your round. At Carnalea Golf Club, the fusion of golfing excellence and a warm community spirit creates an experience that goes beyond the 18 holes – it is a tradition that has thrived for generations.