The four-star Roe Park Resort in Limavady has completed a major investment programme in its golf course totalling £1million ahead of the Irish Open, which takes place at the North Coast in July this year.
The investment programme has seen major redevelopment of the Roe Park Resort golf course and facilities which was completed with the opening of the 6th hole this month at a cost of £100,000.
According to the resort’s Golf & Spa Manager, Terry Kelly, the investment in redesigning and remodelling the 18 hole parkland course brings it to world-class standards ahead of the prestigious Irish Open tournament coming to the area once again this summer.
Mr Kelly said, “We are delighted to complete these further developments of the golf course as the changes have transformed the course following a significant investment programme over the past number of years. The investment in the golf course not only makes it an award-winning course today, but also ensures it will remain a prestige course in the years to come.
“We would like to thank all of our members and visiting golfers for their support and patience as we made these course enhancements. This development would not have been possible without their continued cooperation.”
The Roe Park Resort golf course was recently recognised at the 2017 Irish Hotel Awards being named ‘Golf Hotel of the Year’. The resort also picked up the ‘Best Golf Resort in Ulster’ accolade at the 2017 Golfers’ Guide to Ireland Awards, for the second time.
Over the past number of years the golf offering at the Roe Park Resort has developed not only on the golf course, but also with state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor teaching facilities for both the professional golfer and the beginner golfer looking to learn more and get hooked on the game.