With nine holes on either side of Dublin Road, Omagh Golf Club in Omagh, County Tyrone, Ireland, is a pleasant parkland course. High and low handicappers will face a good test. The featured holes are the dogleg, par-4 eighth and the par-4 11th, which stretches along the River Drumragh. Omagh Golf Club's 17th is known for spoiling good score cards, with its narrow fairways and a huge tree that protects the green. The 6,165-yard, par-71 golf course is playable year round, with fairways always in good condition and superb putting surfaces.