Spectacular views at start and finish, but the rest while entirely acceptable were not so special as Ballycastle or Portrush.
Reasons to Visit Portstewart Golf Club
Portstewart officially opened in 1894 but the game here dates back to 1889
The venue has hosted the 2017 Irish Open
Consistently in the Top 100 Courses in Britain & Ireland
The Strand Course at Portstewart Golf Club is a result of over a century of developments, with golf having been played on the links since 1894. Major work began on the land in the 1980s, and the original Willie Park gem in its current incarnation was completed by Des Giffin in 1992.
Located on the Northern Ireland's north coast amongst huge sand dunes with views over the Atlantic to Inishowen Head, the Strand course stands shoulder to shoulder with the two Ulster Royals, Portrush and County Down.
Having hosted the Irish Open in 2017, Portstewart is Northern Irish championship links at its very best.