Established in 1893, Warrenpoint Golf Course is an 18-Hole, Par 71 Parkland Course set in the beautiful natural scenery of the Mourne area, close to Narrow Water Castle, the inspiration for our Club Badge Logo.
Warrenpoint Golf Course is very proud of its record in producing great golfers over the years, with JW Hulme, JL Bamford, Ken Stevenson, Paddy Gribben, Ronan Rafferty, Raymond Burns, Gary McNeill, Jim Carvill and Colm Campbell Jnr all playing for Ireland at senior Level, with Ronan, Raymond and Paddy representing Ireland & Great Britain in the Walker Cup. Jim holds the world record for the fastest ever round of golf. Paddy went on to win the European Amateur Open in 1999 and Ronan was a Dunhill Cup winner who also played in the Ryder Cup.
Alison Coffey also brought great honour to the Club over the years, and played in the Curtis Cup in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Other members who represented Ireland at Junior level include Ruairi McCormack, Pat Trainor, Peter O’Hagan, Jamie Fletcher and Dorothy Hulme. 18 All-Ireland Titles have been won since 1981, the year Warrenpoint won their first, the last being the Barton Shield in 2011. In 1987 we won 5, a feat which is unlikely ever to be matched, and in 1989 Raymond Burns won all four Boys titles.