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Armagh Golf Club

n County Armagh there are several courses for all golfing enthusiasts to enjoy, from public park courses like Loughgall Country Park to private member courses like Armagh City Golf Course.
The city course dates back to 1893 when Charles Burke proceeded to have a 9 hole course laid out on his grounds.
Having gathered the support of several other keen golfers, they were later given use of the Demesne on the grounds that they formed a club. So the members of the Armagh Archery and Lawn Tennis Club met in the Courthouse, September, 1893, and the club was formalised.
In February 1971 the Club agreed to the development of a £26,000, temporary, clubhouse providing all modern amenities including a dining room capable of seating 200.
An 18-hole, par 70, golf course situated in one of the most pleasant scenic areas of Mid-Ulster, was opened on 3rd May, 1975.
A new Development Committee planned a replacement clubhouse and in 1982 the re-designed Clubhouse was officially opened.
The Club, among the oldest in Ireland, celebrated its Centenary in 1993.

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