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Welcome to Mourne Golf Club

Founded in 1946, Mourne Golf Club is one of three clubs in Newcastle and is part of the world-famous golfing campus at Royal County Down. Mourne Golf Club play their competitions on the Championship Links at Royal County Down, while members can also play the Annesley Links course at Royal County Down. The clubhouse has a fascinating history and is ideally situated a stone’s throw away from Murlough beach and just metres from the first tee at Royal County Down.

It promises to be an exciting year in 2024 when the Amgen Irish Open returns to Royal County Down from September 12-15. We look forward to welcoming you at Mourne Golf Club during tournament week.

The Courses

Members of Mourne Golf Club play their golf on the world-famous Championship Links and Annesley Links at Royal County Down.

Members

Click through to the secure members’ area for the latest competition news, your latest handicap details and more.

The Club

From Nissen huts used by the Civil Defence Authority during World War II, to today’s modern, granite and brick structure, the Mourne clubhouse has come a long way.

Founders’ Suite

A perfect venue to celebrate any occasion. Consider Mourne and the dedicated Founders’ Suite for weddings, events and family occasions. Members and visitors welcome.

IRISH OPEN 2024

Irish Open returns to RCD in 2024

The Amgen Irish Open will return to Royal County Down in 2024 when one of most prestigious events on the DP World Tour schedule is contested over the famous Newcastle links from September 12-15, 2024.

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Membership

If you are looking to become a member of Mourne Golf Club, we welcome applications and notes of interest and would ask you to contact us and we will get back in touch with you.

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Latest News

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