The 6724 yd. Galgorm Castle golf course ranks amongst the top parkland courses in Ireland. It was laid out amongst the mature trees and grounds of the Galgorm Castle itself. It is bordered by the rivers Main and Braid which come into play on seven holes and includes a magnificient oxbow feature and five further impressive landscaped lakes. Being fairly low lying the site had a tendency to flood but this was overcome by extensive mounding which raised four of the fairways above the 1:100 year flood plan. The venue is now one of the most popular golf courses in Northern Ireland.