Welcome to Chautauqua Golf Club
The Chautauqua Golf Club and Learning Center are closed for the 2023 season.
At Chautauqua you can expect a golf experience built on service and quality; a golf experience designed for challenge and the enjoyment of this great game; a golf experience mindful of the importance of environmental stewardship; and, with two four-star rated courses, a golf experience that offers real choice and variety.
Legendary architects Seymour Dunn and Donald Ross left their legacy here. Hall of Famers from Ben Hogan to Sam Snead have walked these fairways. Statesmen, celebrities, and performers attending the world-renowned Chautauqua Institution have eagerly challenged our courses as well.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Chautauqua Golf Club!
Book a tee time!
The Chautauqua Golf Club and Learning Center are closed for the 2023 season. Tee times will be available in the spring.
Become a member today!
Regardless if you’re visiting for the week or live locally year-round, CGC offers a wide selection of membership options and amenities to meet your needs. Click here for additional information and daily rates.
2023 Board of Governors
From the first round of golf, played on July 18, 1914, the Chautauqua Golf Club has carved a rich and exciting history. Legendary Scottish architects Seymour Dunn and Donald Ross have left their legacy here. Fourteen World Golf Hall of Famers, including Sam Snead, Ben Hogan, Walter Hagen and Gene Sarazen, have walked these fairways. Statesmen, celebrities and performers attending the world-renowned Chautauqua Institution have eagerly challenged our courses as well, including President Bill Clinton.
To learn more about our history, swing by the Pro Shop and purchase a copy of Chautauqua Golf Club: One Hundred Years, Two Golf Courses – One Remarkable History, by David Turnbull.