Bellewstown Golf Club winds around the Hill of Crockafotha, flanked by the River Bradden to the north. The course climbs all the way to the top of the hill, commanding spectacular views of the sea and the Mourne Mountains. The sprawling countryside where the course resides is an idyllic landscape of rolling green hills blanketed with mature trees and grazing cattle. This parkland golf course was built by the Leonard family on their 150-acre farm estate. Visitors are always welcome. There are also many natural water hazards that come into play several times throughout. The golf course is known for its smooth putting surfaces provided by the well-manicured greens and fairways that are some of the most beautiful in the area. Bunkers were strategically added to keep the course interesting enough for advanced players to enjoy, but this player-friendly course is still gentle enough for beginners. For those who enjoy horse racing, Bellewstown Golf Club is just a few minutes northeast of the Bellewstown Race Course.