Founded in 1901 as a nine hole course, Castlerock was completed seven years later by legendary Scottish club maker Ben Sayers. Further modifications were carried out in 1925 by the esteemed Harry S. Colt, and the character of the Mussenden has remained the same ever since.
Frequently used for national events including the Irish PGA Championship, Castlerock is affected acutely by the wind, and is sure to test even the finest players. Great banks of rough and whins are abetted by hidden burns and the humps and hillocks that are so characteristic of seaside golf.
Ranked among the very best that Northern Ireland has to offer, Castlerock is a genuine links gem and a must-play addition to a tour of the Portursh and Derry area.