Frankfield Golf Club
Douglas, Cork
Tel : +353 (0)21 4361199

Frankfield is situated on the rolling hills of the southside of the Lee Valley, one can appreciate the panoramic views of Cork City and is affiliated to the Golfing Union of Ireland. A family owned and run complex, offering extensive facilities, the hands-on approach of the Ryan family will ensure that the visitor will have a pleasant stay, capped by the typical warm Cork welcome.

south of Cork

Further Information
Club hire available. Bar, Restaurant and practice facilities.

Course Details

Course Name: Frankfield Holes: 9 Yardage: 5055 SSS: 65
The lovely nine hole lake parkland course situated not far from the Airport, Ferryports and the City Centre makes it an ideal venue for the golfing visitor.
For an appreciation and independent view of this course please see golfer reviews.

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  • Frankfield Golf course

    Mary wrote on: Jan 3, 2005

    I found the staff at Frankfield to be extremely helpful. The food was very enjoyable and the golf range was second to none. I highly reccommend all to visit!!!


  • personal message

    marjorie wrote on: Nov 20, 2004

    Dear Sir,
    I write for a personal message.
    I was in cork a few months ago and had a very good friend who was working for you, Cesar.
    I promised him that I would write to him but when I left he was going to move and the personne who was supposed to give me his new address never did so.
    If he is still working for you, could you be kind enough to tell him that I would like to have his address and that I will never forget him and all of his Polish friend.
    Best wishes


  • Europe Golf courses reviews David Gregson h'cap 14 06/99

    David Gregson h'cap 14 wrote on: May 31, 1999

    Frankfield is a good test of golf for any golfer. The first and 10th hole is a demanding up hill par 4 with trouble either side of the fairway. The 2nd and 11th is a 300yrd par 4, this hole is fairly straight forward. The 3rd is a long par 3 with a tee shot that has to be played through a gap in the trees. The 4th and 13th is a short par 3 to a green situated at the bottom of a hill. The 5th and 14th is a beautiful hole with a tight drive through the trees on either side. The fairway slopes towards the rough and the green is surrounded by tress, so a good approach is needed. The 6th and 15thh is a short par 4 with a second shot played to an elevated green. The 7th and 16th is a longish par 4. A tough driving hole with a blind second shot to a green protected by a bunker. The 8th and 17th is a long par 4 with a dangerous second shot to a slightly elevated green. The 9th and 18th are short par 4's with demanding second shots to be played over trees. The 12th is a short par tree with danger all around it.