Rostrevor Golf Club, County Down.
The original course for the Rostrevor Golf Club was laid out on the Ballyedmond Estate.
Report from the Belfast News-Letter of Wednesday 26th April 1893. The second half-yearly competition for the Challenge Cup presented by Major Hall played on the 22nd when a field of 18 competed, The weather was brilliant, almost too much so, but a strong easterly wind, combined with some changes in the course, militated against record-making. The competition was limited to members of the club, two rounds of the green; twenty four holes was the task set. The winner was Mr Cambell Todd, of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, who played in rare form, scores as follows; Campbell Todd, 126-8-118; Thomas Dickson. 121+6-127; Major Hickley, 143-15-128; A E Dickinson, 143-10-133; Major R Hall, 154-15-139; G Vesey, 152-12-140; Captain Vincent, 149-4-145; O Vandeleur, 163-15-148; J G Ramadge, 172-24-148; W Walker, 153-4-149.
On Saturday 29th April 1893 the first of the monthly competitions for the Great Northern Railway Challenge Cup, open to members of recognised Irish clubs, will take place on the links of the links of the Rostrevor Golf Club. The value of the cup is £20.
Warrenpoint is the current club.