Welcome to the members’ section of Mourne Golf Club where you can login to view the latest fixtures and events, book your competition tee times and check your current handicap.

Through the HowDidIDo platform you will be able to carry out all these functions plus print out a certificate of your current handicap index if required.

Members have full access to the Mourne clubhouse and facilities by using their Golf Ireland issued membership card at both the main and locker room entrances. Members are welcome to bring guests and visitors to the clubhouse and should sign their guests in using the visitors’ book at the bar.

Seasonal catering options are normally provided in the summer months and for dedicated functions that take place in the Founders’ Suite of the clubhouse. Full bar services are available daily. Check the clubhouse notices for current opening hours.


Get in Touch

Office: +44 28 437 23889
Bar: +44 28 437 23218

Mourne Made

Find out more about your club. Mourne Golf Club has enjoyed a fascinating history as part of the golfing story  at Newcastle. Click through to find out more about the club’s history and the cups and trophies we play for.

Members of Mourne compete for a number of perpetual cups & trophies through the year. Click through to find out more about their origins and who donated them to the club.


The history of Mourne Golf Club is a fascinating dive into the archive to find out the origins of the club and some characters who helped establish the club in the post war years.


Dress Code & Etiquette

Dress Code: Clubhouse

Dress code in the clubhouse is smart casual, including golf attire. We would ask that golf shoes are taken off in the locker room and regular footwear is worn. Sports tops are not allowed in the clubhouse.

On the Course

All golfers must wear suitable golf attire. Blue denim and collarless t-shirts are not allowed. Tailored golf shorts can be worn, (not cargo, beach or shorts with numerous pockets. Members must take responsibility for their guests.

Mobile Phones

Mobile phones should be put on silent when in the clubhouse and on the golf course. Please be respectful of others if using your phone.


Smoking, including e-cigarettes, is not permitted within the clubhouse. (Note: there is a designated smoking area outside).

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