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Corick Golf Club, Clogher, County Tyrone. (1920 - WW2)

First appeared following WW1. In 1922 the secretary was A B Bradbury, Ulster Bank, Clogher, County Tyrone. A 9-hole course with a membership of 40. The record amateur score was 38.

Visitors’ fees on introduction were 6d a day. The station at Clogher was ¼ mile away.

By 1925 Visitors’ fees on introduction were 1/- a day. Sunday play was not allowed.

In 1929 the secretary was A H Coote, Clogher, Co Tyrone. Club membership at this time was 30.


Clogher Golf Club, County Tyrone. Result of  match played in June 1939.

From the Northern Whig Thursday 29th June 1939.


From the mid 1930s to the clubs final appearance following WW2 the secretary was William A Dawson, Clogher, telephone 26. The professional was A Hobson and the green-keeper J Morrow. 9-holes, the club had a membership of 40. Course records, amateur R Stephens 32 and professional A Hobson 30. Visitors’ fees on introduction by member were 1/ 6 per day. No Sunday play. Local hotel was the Commercial.