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Mayobridge Golf Course

Mayobridge Club Crest

Up until recently Mayobridge was a 12 Hole Course, but the addition of two par 3's and four par 4's has brought the Course to a par 67 4,354 metre 18 Hole witha Standard Scratch of 63.

The Course is set amongst lakes mature woodland and old buildings, with spectacular views of the Mourne Mountains.

The course is a full 18-hole Par 67 layout that may not be the longest, but it more than makes up for that in its character & scenery which is in abundance around the course.

It is often said that Mayobridge Golf Club is unique in that it is played amongst old farm cottages from centuries past. The surroundings are quiet and picturesque. The course itself can be challenging to any standard of golfer with many water hazards and some tricky greens. Featuring only 1 par 5 but many , par 3 and par 4 holes it is a course that can be completed quite quickly in comparison to some, a good 2 ball should take no longer than 3 hours and a 4 ball just over 4 Hours. Many of our members find the course an ideal length.

With a lot of new machinery purchased over 2009 the course promises to be in top shape for the 2010 season and is constantly being improved upon. With the fantastic new clubhouse and restaurant the club is now showing people just how enjoyable golf is at Mayobridge.


Societies are welcome and group rates are available.

Green Fees Midweek: £15
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: £16
Green Fees with a Member: £15/16
Green Fees for Opens: £10
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: Yes
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: Yes
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: £399
Full Family Membership Fee: £699
Full Husband & Wife Membership Fee: £599
Full Ladies Membership Fee: £199
Full Junior 12-17 Membership Fee: £75
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 18
Members 205
Designer Nature
Founded 2005

50a Crossan Road,
Co. Down

Telephone 028-30-851223
Website Mayobridge golf club website
Secretary/Manager: Damian McCloskey
Captain: Joe Boyd
Lady Captain: None
President: Joe Fegan
Hon. Secretary: Harry Addis
Club Pro: Niel Heaney
Hon. Treasurer: Ronan Campbell
Camp. Secretary: Damian McCloskey
Mayobridge Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
*Please check information before travelling

General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 9 .30am to 11.30pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Coffee Shop Days to Avoid: None
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Midweek & Weekends Pre-booking for open Tournaments: 14 Days in advance

Mayobridge Golf Club Fixtures 2021 provisional*

Open  & Major Fixtures 2020 (to be Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Event Duration
Captain’s Drive-In Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Closed 2
Captain’s Drive-In Sunday 8 March   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 18 July   Closed 1
36-Hole Strokes Saturday 8 August Sunday 9 August Open 2
36-Hole Strokes Sunday 9 August   Open 1

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

Red Par 68 SSS 64 4,000 m
Blue Par 67 SSS 63 4,652 m


Name Hole No. Blue Par Index Red Par Index
The Tailors
1 242 4 17 242 4 17
2 288 4 7 269 4 7
Joeys Dip
3 319 4 5 293 4 5
Robs Rise
4 119 3 15 119 3 15
Oak Tree
5 270 4 11 227 4 11
Connolly's Garden
6 120 3 13 111 3 13
The Dog Leg
7 258 4 9 215 4 9
Long Lake 8 372 4 1 328 4 1
Bog Stone 9 508 5 3 453 5 3
  Out 2,496 35   2,257 35  
Table Top
10 246 4 12 187 4 12
Murphy's Gulley
11 136 3 18 118 3 18
12 171 3 8 111 3 8
Twin Lakes
13 196 3 2 137 3 2
Compass 14 305 4 10 257 4 10
Fairy Forth 13 156 3 16 156 4 16
Stoopes Rise
16 306 4 6 240 4 6
The Pipe
17 355 4 4 319 4 4
The Bucking Bull
18 285 4 14 218 4 14
  In 2,156 32   1,743 33  
  Total 4,652 67   4,000 68  
  SSS 67     68    

Members Achievements

History of Mayobridge

In his mind's eye he could see wasteland around his home transformed. Rolling greens, trees and shrubs, lakes and ponds. His dream was an ambitious one - a Golf Club for Mayobridge.
     "i first had the idea about ten or fifteen years ago" said Mr Fegan. "I was a member of Warrenpoint golf Club and thought that Mayobridge would be ideally suited for one."
    Mr Fegan should be taking it easy and enjoying a restful retirement. He is after all, in his seventies. He enjoys a puff of his pipe, but is by no means ready to settle into his slippers. He's much too busy running Mayobridge Golf Club. A club he constructed  in his own time, by his own hand and with his own money. A cattle and poultry farmer, his only real knowledge of golf was as a player. He and his son Shane, who has been a keen golfer since childhood did all their own research. They studied the layouts of existing golf courses. They read up on green keeping and seed mixtures. Eventually they came up with a design - and then the real work started.
   Over two miles of ditches were removed. Thousands of tonnes of waste was cleared. All the fields were dug up and filled with stones for drainage. They were then re-clayed and top-dressed with special seeding. About 1,000 different types of shrubs and trees were planted. a series of eight new lakes and ponds were then created for drainage set. As Mr Fegan puts it, "It was back breaking - the sort of thing you'd only do once in a life time."
    The result is a unique and quite stunning course. "No other course has a layout like this. And because the land was inhabited until about thirty years ago, cottages are still dotted about. It's really very scenic. In summer we get families coming to picnic around the course," he said.
    The course is thriving. When it opened in 1999 it has nine holes. It now has eighteen. It has helped to boost the Mayobridge area, with keen golfers from throughout Ireland visiting for a game. Professional golfer Paddy Gribben, who has competed against Nick Faldo, is a regular. All Ireland winner Louise Coffey plays at the club too. Its about to be affiliated to the Golfing Union of Ireland. So Mr Fegan's Club will now be able to compete in Inter club competitions throughout Ireland and beyond.
    But Mr Fegan will not rest on his laurels. He has just received planning permission for the next part of his project - a proper clubhouse. Mr Fegan had a dream. With Dedication, determination and patience he has made it a reality. And his thoughts on his achievement? "I never have time for a good game of golf anymore."

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
  2005 Ladies Captain
  2005 Men's Captain
  2005 President
  2006 Men's Captain
  2006 President
  2007 Men's Captain
  2007 President
  2008 Men's Captain
  2008 President
  2009 Men's Captain
  2009 President
Muredach Dynan 2010 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan 2010 President
Damian McCloskey 2011 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan 2011 President
Hugh O'Hara 2012 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan 2012 President
Harry Addis 2013 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan
2013 President
Shane Fegan 2014 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan 2014 President
Des Carson 2015 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan
2015 President
Brendan Scullion 2016 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan 2016 President
  2017 Men's Captain
 Joe Fegan 2017 President
 Gerard McCarthy
2018 Men's Captain
Joe Fegan 2018 President
  2019 Men's Captain
  2019 President
  2020 Men's Captain
  2020 President


Lowest Men's H'cap

Holes in One at Mayobridge

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Gerald McCarthy
15 November 2009
6th   120 yd's