Situated on the sunny, south-facing slopes of Corrin Hill and set in a glorious profusion of natural heather and gorse, this course offers a varied and interesting challenge to experienced and occasional golfers alike. It commands a breathtaking panoramic view over the vast plains of east Cork. Fermoy Golf Club was formed in 1893 and golf was played at the Aerodrome in Fermoy. In 1972, the club moved to its present location in Corrin Hill. This mature, 18-hole, par-70 heathland course was designed by John Harris and is 5,831m in length. The club professional is Mr Brian Moriarty and his shop is well stocked with the latest equipment. Golf trollies are available for hire. The clubhouse, with its bar and restaurants, offers comfort and relaxation to all visitors in an atmosphere of the warmest hospitality.
Days Best Avoided -Monday and Saturday
Take a relaxing stroll in the tranquil setting of Corrin Forest and Corrin Nature Reserve.