About Kirksville Country Club
Golf in Kirksville has an extensive history and the Kirksville Country Club has been at the center of it for more than 90 years.
Feb. 3, 1921, The Kirksville Country Club organized during a meeting at the Adair County Courthouse. The first officers were Judge J.A. Cooley, president; R.N. Howell, vice president; N.E. Winn, secretary; and directors J.A. Cooley, C.C. Givens, Warner Mills, Lou Garges, Karl Miller, S.H. Ellison, D.I. Stephenson and A.C. Bigsby.
Offering a challenging 18 hole golf course, driving range, swimming pool, full-service pro shop, lounge, and other amenities, the Kirksville Country Club is affordable. We are located at the intersection of Highway 63 south and Highway 6 east the club is set on over 100 acres of rolling terrain.