City of Derry Golf Club Derry ~ Londonderry +44 (028) 71346369
Magnificent views across the River Foyle.
On behalf of the members of City of Derry Golf Club, it is my pleasure to offer you a warm welcome, via our website, to this fine club and wonderful championship golf course. We are all very proud of our club which was founded in 1912 and of its status as one of the premier parkland courses in Ireland. The Prehen course, whilst demanding, is usually fair and enjoyable. It is widely regarded as a true and comprehensive test of one’s golfing skills.
We trust that the website is able to provide you with the information you need. However, if more information is required, please do not hesitate to contact our Honorary Secretary or Head Professional, either of whom will be only too happy to help.
Visitors, societies and private functions are always welcome at City of Derry. We trust that the course and the warm welcome you will receive from members and staff alike will provide you with a memorable and truly enjoyable golfing experience that you will be keen to repeat.
Enjoy your time at City of Derry Golf Club.
John C Rosborough
Situated on the banks of the River Foyle close to the Historic Walled City of Derry ~ Londonderry. Inaugural UK City of Culture 2013.
The course offers a challenging test of parkland golf, requiring accurate shots to high quality greens, in order to score well.
In addition the Club has a fine nine hole parkland course with five par fours that offer unique challenges coupled with superb views over the Foyle Valley. There is separate membership available for those wanting to start playing golf on this Dunhugh course, several holes of which were part of the original main Prehen course.
Societies & Visitors
Societies and visitors are most welcome and our rates are very competitive. Browse through our web site and see for yourself the very attractive packages on offer. The Club now has four buggies which can be booked to ease your passage of play.
30th May to 7th June
John C Rosborough
Ladies' Captain Lucy Smyth