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Carnfunnock Golf Course

This public Par3, 9-hole parkland golf course offers magnificent views of the Antrim coast and across the sea to Scotland. All ages and standards of golfer are welcome from the beginner to the experienced golfer. No membership or prior booking is required.

(Also located next to the course is the Matt Stewart Driving Range, who offer a driving range facility. An 18 hole mini golf course is also available at the Family Fun Zone and a putting green at the Activity Centre, all seasonal and weather dependant).

Golfers pay a set daily rate for unlimited rounds of golf in one day. Green fees are payable through the Activity Centre Kiosk or at the Visitor Centre.

Club hire is available from the Activity Centre or Visitor Centre for a £15 deposit, which is refundable, subject to the safe return of equipment.

A golf season pass can be purchased which allows unlimited play any time from the course re-opens (March / April) until the golf course closes in the autumn/winter alongside use of the Activity Centre putting green. These offer great value and can be purchased at the Visitor Centre, if 2 passport photographs are provided. The adult season pass price also includes a parking season pass.

Normal parking charges apply for golfers. If you plan on playing golf regularly at Carnfunnock then you can obtain a discount of 25% on a parking season pass, on production of your greens fees score card to Visitor Centre staff. (Offer only available on day of purchase)

Although the course has no clubhouse, a full range of meals, snacks and refreshments are available from the Coffee Shop or Snack Stop. Groups can be catered for by prior arrangement.

Golf Club:

Best days to play:
Any day.


Length in yards:

Par of course:
Carnfunnock Golf Course


Coast Road Ballygally Larne BT40 2QG


+44 (0) 28 2826 2476

54.88806, -5.84704


  • 9 holes
  • Club Hire
  • Driving range
  • Putting Green
  • Restaurant on site
  • All major credit/debit cards accepted