Playing the Course
Belvoir Park Golf Club was established in South Belfast during 1927 and set in some 163 acres of delightful parkland, once the childhood home of the Duke of Wellington.
The course was designed by the famed course architect Harry S. Colt who also designed world famous golf courses such as Pine Valley, Royal County Down, Royal Dublin, Royal Portrush, Royal Lytham & St Annes, Castle Golf Club, and Wentworth.
Belvoir Park Golf Club
Some of the holes at Belvoir echo Pine Valley and Wentworth, and indeed Belvoir was once dubbed “the Wentworth of Ireland” by none other than world famous golfer Christy O’Connor Senior. Across its 91 years, as well as producing a fabulous test of golf, Belvoir has been recognised for the warm and friendly Golf Club environment it provides for men, ladies, seniors and juniors.
Belvoir Park Golf Club received the accolade of “The Best Parkland Course in Ulster” and remains one of the premier parkland courses in the whole of Ireland. Belvoir has hosted the Ulster Professional Championship in 1930 and the Irish Open in 1949 and 1953 Harry Bradshaw who triumphed in 1949, stated that “Belvoir was the best inland course I have ever played”.
More recently, Belvoir has also been privileged to host the Irish PGA Championship and Amateur and Senior Ladies Championships as well as the World Blind Golf Championships in 2008.
73 Church Rd,
Belfast BT8 7AN