THE PREMIER CHAMPIONSHIP GOLF COURSE IN NEWARK, DE

Experience golf as it was meant to be on our classically designed course that’s easily walkable and enjoyable for players of all levels.

Golfing at Newark Country Club

No tee times required! Sub-four-hour rounds are the norm and not the exception. Play 3, 6, 9, all 18 or whatever your schedule permits. Plus, many of our members enjoy walking as a healthy exercise to truly appreciate the beautiful surroundings of a certified national wildlife habitat.

Played from one of the forward tees or from the tips, our classic course is meticulously manicured and provides an enjoyable experience to players of all skill levels. It can be easy, or it might turn devilishly difficult.

NCC has several organizations within the club that sponsor men’s and women’s tournaments all year long, Ladies 9 and 18-Hole leagues, men’s weekend groups and twilight leagues. You can always find a game at NCC, no tee times necessary.

Interested in playing this championship course? Take a look at our ​golf memberships​ to learn more about becoming a member.

Golf Outings & Tournaments

Newark Country Club is the perfect place to hold your corporate retreat, charity fundraiser, or championship golf tournament. 

Newark Country Club is regarded as one of the most prestigious golfing venues in Northern Delaware. Enjoy a first-class experience when you host your event at NCC. Our golf professionals will tailor the format of the outing for maximum enjoyment of your guests. 

Located minutes from I-95, it is easily accessible from the RT 896 Exit 1B. The course offers a fair, yet challenging round of golf for all levels of ability. NCC is committed to offering a championship style course and upscale-style service, for an affordable price. Groups large and small will enjoy gracious hospitality featuring lunch, award dinners and more. Fill out the contact form below to host your next golf tournament at NCC.

 

Golf Lessons

Most golfers have a hole in their game, which is why we offer the most comprehensive golf lessons in Newark, DE. Our certified PGA professional instructors are ready to help beginners and veteran golfers alike. Whatever the issue you have, our staff members have the expertise to evaluate your swing and help guide you to make corrections to your game and your scorecard.

Club Fitting

We’re all about getting the most out of your game and maximize your golfing pleasure. So, when you’re looking for new clubs, driver, irons, putter or a whole set, visit with our Certified Club Fitters. They will take the time to properly fit each golfer for maximum performance of their new equipment.

Junior Golf

The Newark Country club places great emphasis on its Junior Golf Program. Our professional staff wants to introduce youngsters to the game of golf. The program focuses on instruction, golf etiquette, sportsmanship and fun. Our week-long golf camp is capped by a tournament and banquet. Golf is a sport that can last a lifetime.

Delaware State Golf Association Member Course

Newark Country Club is a proud member of the Delaware State Golf Association (DSGA). The DSGA is a non-profit organization, established in 1952. They are an amateur golf association whose mission is the preservation and expansion of the game by adhering to the rules and guidelines set forth by the United States Golf Association. The DSGA membership currently consists of all golf courses in the State of Delaware, and neighboring counties of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland.
All players with an active handicap at any DSGA member club are eligible for all DSGA and DSGA Women’s Division events.

The DSGA provides an annual schedule of tournaments for men and women with emphasis on competition according to the Rules of Golf, but also not losing sight of the camaraderie provided by this great game.

Contact DSGA by phone 1-302-234-3365 or by email: dsga@dsga.org

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