Located in the heart of Belfast, Ormeau Golf Club in County Antrim was formed in 1893 and is one of the oldest in Ireland. It's been the home to a diverse lineup of golfers, from 1957 Open champ Fred Daly to author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Situated on mature tree-covered parkland, the nine-hole golf course offers a challenging round of golf. With five par 4s, three par 3s and one par 5, Ormeau Golf Club rewards those who make good, accurate shots. After the round, a well stocked bar and tasty restaurant (complete with panoramic views of Belfast sights) await in the clubhouse. Your fun can continue after dinner, with a game in the snooker room.