Tuesday 5th July
Drumbridge and Edenderry nines open
Ballydrain nine closed
Buggies are permitted

Malone Golf Club considers the safety of our members and guests the top priority during inclement weather. We use a state of the art lightning detector which records flashes of lightning up to 40 miles away.  

If it is decided that it is unsafe to continue to play golf as a storm approaches, the professional staff/club shop team will sound the klaxon to alert golfers.

NB: if there is a risk of lightning play MUST be discontinued, please note the new protocol as listed below:-

(i) 20-40 miles away, shop staff take note and constantly check detector for storm progression

(ii) 8-20 miles away, shop staff should have the klaxon on standby as storm approaches

(iii) 3-8 miles away, shop staff should sound a three second blast of the klaxon to let players know play is suspended and to retreat to the clubhouse

(iv) 0-3 miles away, shop staff should sound five short blasts of the klaxon to let players know to take immediate cover in a nearby bunker

(v) Once the risk of lightning has passed a long (10 second) blast of the klaxon sounded will let golfers know it is safe to return to the course and/or resume play