Founded in 1899 by the ninth Duke of Manchester who wanted a private course for his estate, Tandragee Golf Club is one oldest clubs in the area. The Clubhouse has a great bar and restaurant and has a snooker table if you fancy another competitive game after your round. You can also enjoy the superb views of the Sperrin and Mourne Mountains from the Clubhouse and there are two putting greens, two chipping greens and practice bunkers.
Tandragee Golf Course has retained many of its original features including bunker design and the stone walls that surround the course. Some of the holes run parallel to these walls and wayward shots will prove costly as will poor club selection. Aside from the bunkers and wall boundaries, you also have to contend with the mature pine trees that line many of the fairways and the duck pond which proves to be an unusual hazard. The signature par 3 16th has your tee shots played across a valley into an intimidating plateau green which is a real test of a golfers game.