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Paul Foston Golf Academy

Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

Green golf school at the James Andrews golf academy with tree, red flag and river wiev.

Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

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The United Kingdom is an island country located off the northwestern coast of mainland Europe. The United Kingdom comprises the whole island of Great Britain. Sports and literature are among the United Kingdom's cultural claims to fame. Soccer, rugby, cricket, boxing, and golf were all invented in Britain.

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Golf is one of the more popular sports across the United Kingdom (UK). In all of Europe, England has the highest number of registered golf courses as of 2017 by far, with a total of 1,872. . Scotland hosts 560 courses, Ireland has 405 and Wales has 145 courses.

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Big Ben

Big Ben stands to the north of Westminster Palace. It is entertaining to catch Big Ben on the hour and waiting to hear his chimes ring out across the city of London. It is a must for any London bucket list!At nearly 200 years old, Big Ben is one of the iconic British landmarks.  This is also a great photo opportunity, and the backdrop of Westminster looks stunning against Big Ben’s gothic architectural style.

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Tower of London

Tower Bridge is a famous bridge in London with a distinct blue steel structure. This bridge is open to pedestrians at all times, and the walk across is not only just a great photo opportunity but also allows you to learn more about the history of the bridge. If just walking across the bridge is not enough, you can go inside the bridge and learn even more about how and when it was built and why the steel is such a striking blue colour. At certain times, the bridge opens to allow tall ships to pass through, and it is exhilarating to see such a historic bridge still working today.

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Natural History Museum

As one of the most famous museums in London, the National History Museum has many exhibits that display various natural specimens that help us understand more about the world we live in.

Not only does the Romanesque building itself look incredible, but the inside features high ceilings and grand staircases that allow you to make your way around the museum.

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Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

Paul Foston Golf Academy

Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

Green golf school at the James Andrews golf academy with tree, red flag and river wiev.

Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

Mark Janes Golf Academy coaching

Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

Headingley Golf Club, club house aerial wiev

Ardglass Golf Course is an 18 hole links course in a natural setting hugging the northeast coast of Ireland, with stunning views, unique golf holes and memorable people. The course is less than 2 hours from Dublin, under an hour from Belfast and only 30 minutes from the world-renowned Royal County Down golf links at Newcastle. Our course is a true test of golf. With the almost ever-present wind capable of wreaking havoc from any quarter; the hard fairways and the small firm greens, it is just about impossible to play “yardage based” golf on links. The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes. This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club. We have the oldest building used as a golf club house in the world. The present building started its existence as a fortified warehouse that operated as a safe haven for 15th century importers and exporters. The initial construction of the castle started no later than 1405 and by the 18th century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788. However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings. Today we are fortunate to have this distinctive building as our clubhouse.

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