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Welcome to Fermoy Golf Club. Established in 1892, this wooded course represents a challenging test for both the expert and the novice golfer. The newly refurbished clubhouse and restaurant overlook the rolling course and countryside. Corrin Hill is a focal point for the area with its commanding stone cross at its summit.

Situated on the sunny south facing slopes of Corrin Hill and set in a glorious profusion of natural heather and gorse, it offers a varied and interesting challenge to experienced and occasional golfers alike. The course commands a breathtaking views of the Blackwater Valley.

Located just outside Fermoy town, the golf course is located just 20 minutes drive from Cork city on the Cork - Dublin road.

Fermoy Golf Club caters for all groups of golfers - Gents, Ladies, Juniors and Seniors. Visitors are welcome all year round. Bar and Restaurant available.

News & Events

Mar 2017: Joker Now at €600 Eileen O Sullivan wins Consolation Prize
Number drawn on the 26/03/2017 was 49 which revealed the two of hearts and there was no winner. There was a draw for a consolation prize of €20 and the winner was Eileen O Sullivan. Next draw is Sunday April 2nd at 1.00pm , please support your club draw - Thank You.

Mar 2017: Fermoy Wins Gold .
International publication Destination Golf recently released its 2017 edition of Irelands Top 150 golf courses. All the courses are given a rating of Platinum, Gold or Silver. Fermoy along with five other courses in Munster (Doonbeg, Castlemartyr, Killarney (Killeen), Dundrum House and Ballybunion (Cashen) got a Gold rating. Kevin Markham, editor of Destination Golf and author of well-known golf publication “Hooked” summarises his experience of Fermoy. Fermoy is joyful, exuberant, unpretentious and exhilarating golf. As a country course, many golfers have not heard of it and would simply drive by as it doesn’t have the name or recognition required to turn heads. That’s a shame as Fermoy is all about the fun that makes golf such a wonderful game to play. Laced with attractive pine trees and a landscape that twists and buckles over hilly, heather-strewn terrain, the further into the round you go, the more you get the feeling of being tossed about like a boat in a squall. The front nine have some sweet elevations, making the most of them with smart tee box and green settings, while the back nine offer views over countryside and some deep rolling chasms. It may not have the smart frills of Ireland’s glamorous courses, but spend a day at Fermoy and you will enjoy the adventure. This is a fantastic achievement by the club and one that Staff, Management and members is very proud of. It was not that long ago that the club was hit badly by Storm Darwin (Feb-2014) and lost four hundred trees which required huge work by staff and volunteers jointly. Goes to show hard work does pay off, Fermoy take a bow.

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