Our History

The Knickerbocker Country Club in Cincinnatus, NY began life as a nine-hole golf course in 1929 as the Cincinnatus Country Club. Spanning 150 picturesque acres, the country club was considered one of the finest golf course locations in all of Cortland County. The course was converted to farmland during World War II and in 1960, the course was rebuilt again by Henry and Pat Knickerbocker. Today, Knickerbocker Country Club is a thriving 18-hole golf course and is now enjoying new heights of popularity among local and not-so-local golfers.

The country club was taken under new ownership in 2021. A local family with roots in Cincinnatus have invested significantly to enhance the course and the clubhouse facilities. Today, our members and guests can enjoy the:

  • relaxing atmosphere of the fully remodeled clubhouse,
  • delicious casual dining from the new kitchen,
  • spacious decks to enjoy the beautiful landscape,
  • locker storage,
  • and more.

KCC is a member of the New York State Golf Association.