Colin Valley golf club Antrim

Colin Valley golf course Antrim

Colin Valley Golf Course

Colin Valley Club Crest

Colin Valley 9 Hole, Par 66 Course based in the Colin Glen Trust Lands near Belfast. The Course is a mature parkland, featuring the Colin Glen river with densely wooded plantations both young & old.
It is built to USGA specification greens and has professionally trained greens staff.
Colin Park Leisure Golf Course is a challenging nine hole course which has recently been redeveloped and significant improvements made such as new tee boxes, water features and a number of pot bunkers.
Our dedicated landscape team (Colin Glen Landscapes) maintain the greens and keeping the course in great condition for a pleasurable golfing experience.
The course has two Par Threes, six Par Fours and a testing Par Five and prices start from just £6.50 for eighteen holes. It is situated in a convenient location (2mins from M1 motorway) not just for local people but also for anyone working or living in Belfast city centre.
We also offer competitive membership rates (As shown below) and attractive membership incentives such as our recommendation and loyalty schemes.

Green Fees Midweek: £8.50
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: £10.50
Green Fees with a Member: £7.50/9.50
Green Fees for Opens: N/A
Practice Area: Yes
Club Hire: Yes
Buggy Hire: Yes
Soft Spikes: No
Course Type Parkland
No Holes 9
Members 31
Designer Nature
Founded 1993
Address

115 Black's Road
Belfast
Co Antrim,
BT10 0NF

Telephone 028-90-601133
Email colinvalleygolf@btconnect.com
Website Colin Valley golf club website
Secretary/Manager: Tony Starrs
Captain:   
Lady Captain: None
President: None
Vice-Captain:  
Hon. Secretary: Tony Starrs
Club Pro: Peter Martin
Hon. Treasurer: Sean McMullan
Comp. Secretary: Tony Starrs

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:54.652557
Long:-6.260284
*Please check information before travelling

General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: am to pm
Mobile phones: Not on course
Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Days to Avoid: Weekends up to 11.00am
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other times Pre-booking for open Tournaments:14 Days in advance

Colin Valley Golf Club Fixtures 2017 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2017 (to be Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captain's Drive-In Sunday 3 April    Closed 1
Captain's Prize Sunday 12 June   Closed 1
President's Prize Sunday 14 August   Closed 1

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

KeyData
White Par 68 SSS 65 5,002 yd's
Yellow Par 68 SSS 63 4,746 yd's
Red Par 68 SSS 63 4,300 yd's

Card

Hole Name Hole No. White Yellow Par Index Red Par Index
Hole One 1     4 9   4 9
Hole Two 2     4 13   4 13
Hole Three 3     4 17   4 17
Hole Four 4     4 15   4 15
Hole Five 5     5 5   5 5
Hole Six 6     5 1   5 1
Hole Seven 7     3 7   3 7
Hole Eight 8     4 3   4 3
Hole Nine 9     4 11   4 11
  Out 2,501 2,373 34   2,150 34  
Hole Ten 10     4 10   4 10
Hole Eleven 11     3 14   3 14
Hole Twelve 12     4 4   4 4
Hole Thirteen 13     5 6   5 6
Hole Fourteen 14     5 2   5 2
Hole Fifteen 15     3 18   3 18
Hole Sixteen 16     4 16   4 16
Hole Seventeen 17     3 8   3 8
Hole Eighteen 18     4 12   4 12
  In 2,501 2,373 34   2,150 34  
  Total 5,002 4,746 68   4,300 68  
  SSS 65 63     63    

Members Achievements

History of Colin Valley

The Colin Valley Golf Course, formerly known as the Old Dunmurry Golf Course, previously flourished as a public 18 hole course but fell into disrepair due to pressure on the land after it was vested by the Department of the Environment for the construction of the Dunmurry by-pass.

The Colin Glen Trust took over the management of the remaining 56 acres in 1994 and began to restructure the course and the management systems. Over two years the Trust turned it from a loss making facility to one that made a small profit, which in turn was ploughed back into the development of the greens and fairways.

In 1997 the Trust introduced an attractive membership scheme to enable the many local players to join the newly formed Colin Valley Golf Club, whilst Pay and Play Facilities also continue to be made available.

A new development plan for the course was started Spring 2000, which will see the creation of new greens and tees, the realignment of the Course to facilitate a new entrance at Blackís Road, the development of a Driving Range Facility, Outdoor Bowling Green and a new Clubhouse, as well as storage and workshops.
This unique facility ensures the protection of an important piece of green space in an area of increasing developmental pressure, and is an extension of the wildlife haven of Colin Glen Forest Park less than a mile upstream along the Colin River which links the two properties.

The Colin Valley Golf Course also provides financial support for the Colin Glen Forest Park, as any income is ploughed back to the Trust to help manage the Glen.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
  1999 Ladies Captain
  1999 Men's Captain
  2000 Ladies Captain
  2000 Men's Captain
  2000 President
  2001 Ladies Captain
  2001 Men's Captain
  2001 President
  2002 Men's Captain
  2002 President
  2003 Men's Captain
  2003 President
  2004 Ladies Captain
  2004 Men's Captain
  2004 President
  2005 Ladies Captain
  2005 Men's Captain
  2005 President
  2006 Men's Captain
  2006 President
  2007 Men's Captain
  2008 Men's Captain
  2009 Men's Captain
Sean McMullan  2010 Men's Captain
Seamus Flynn 2011 Men's Captain
Stephen Toland 2012 Men's Captain
Michael Quigley 2013 Men's Captain
Stephen Cushnahan 2014 Men's Captain
Tony McCann 2015 Men's Captain
  2016 Men's Captain
  2017 Men's Captain
  2017 Lowest Men's H'cap

Holes in One at Colin Valley

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance


6th   221 yd's

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