Cork Golf Club

Designed by Augusta’s genius Alister MacKenzie and recently enhanced for the modern golfer – Cork Golf Club is sculpted from historic limestone quarries and unfolds magnificently along the banks of the City’s Inner Harbour.

A special place since 1888.

Cork Golf Club Course

Course Overview

Scenically situated in Cork Harbour, the Club has hosted many major amateur and professional Championships over the years including the Irish Open. Built on free-draining limestone, the course presents a crisp heath-like playing surface similar to links.

The course was designed by Alister MacKenzie and Cork Golf Club is a proud member of The MacKenzie Society 

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From time to time Cork Golf Club takes a limited number of new members, if you are interested in applying for membership please contact us and we will be in touch should a vacancy next arise.

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4th Hoel Cork Golf Club

Club History

Cork Golf Club was formed in 1888 by prominent Cork businessmen. The first location was at Rathcooney Hill above Glanmire village. Thereafter a number of moves were made while searching for a better site.

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Visitors are always afforded a warm welcome at Cork Golf Club.

Rates Price Per Person
All week and weekend €150 per person


“I have happy memories of Cork Golf Club both as an amateur and professional. The course has always impressed me.”

Paul McGinley, Capt. of the 2014 European Ryder cup team and Honorary Life member of Cork Golf Club

“The stretch of holes from the 4th to the 10th compare with any golf course I have played.”

Billy Casper, Winner of 3 majors / 51 PGA tournaments / 8 Ryder Cups / Ryder Cup captain