Portstewart Golf Club combines 72 magnificent, awe-inspiring holes of golf over three courses in perhaps Ireland's finest setting, the world-famous Causeway Coast. This is one of Ireland's most distinguished golf clubs and was used as a qualifying venue when the Open Championship came to Royal Portrush.
The Riverside Course has had an extension of a further nine holes to its original nine in recent years to provide another string to the bow of Portstewart Golf Club’s fine set up. Although not as challenging a round of golf compared to its big brother The Strand, The Riverside course is still a test in itself. Allowing for maturity over the past number of years, the 18 hole 5725 yards Par 68 course is well worth the visit. The Riverside Course runs alongside the River Bann with extensive bunkers and a water feature. The course has a more inland character feel to it than the Strand Course, which makes Portstewart feel that little bit unique.