The course was developed in 1911 on the Duke of Manchester’s Estate and green fees were collected at the Gate Lodge, which is still the entrance to the club. In 1928, green fees were set at “two shillings per day with no reduction for visitors staying with members overnight”.


Parts of the course overlook the ancient Tandragee Castle and on many holes golfers can admire the mature woodlands astride the fast flowing River Cusher.


The duck pond is an unusual attraction at Tandragee Golf Club, often visited by golfers and non-golfers alike. ‘The Wall’, par 4 11th, is regarded as the signature hole and commands respect. The original boundary wall of the Estate marks out of bounds on the right while the trees on the left guide you to a slightly hidden green.