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Headley Heath Golf Club, Worcestershire.

Founded 1912.

In 1914 the secretary was J W Bendall, 22 Oakfield Road, Cannon Hill, Birmingham. The professional was Tom Lewis. A 9 hole interesting and difficult course with a membership of 200. Entry fees for gents were £2/2/0 and ladies £1/1/0. Subs for gents £1/11/6, ladies £1/1/0. Visitors’ fees were 1/- a day, weekend and Bank Holidays 2/- a day. Sunday play with caddies was allowed. The station at Lifford was 15 minutes away.

 Below is the result of a match played at Headley Heath against Hearsall Golf Club in June 1914.

Headley Heath   Hearsall  
J Brown (5&4) 1 A G Hadden 0
P Hackett (1up) 1 J Wormell 0
G Hackett (4&3) 1 R Tilt 0
W Stone (half) 0 J Holt (half) 0
J Butler 0 T Hancox (2&1) 1
J W Bendall 0 R Wormell (2&1) 1
R Wilkie 0 R H Strong (3&1) 1
G P Mitchell 0 C Floyd (1up) 1
W O Perry (8&7) 1 C Fuller 0
S Mills (2up) 1 J Simpson 0
C Jones (2&1) 1 G F Kerby 0
W Phillips 0 A Turner (2&1) 1
  6   5

 

Headley Heath Golf Club, Worcestershire. Golf course location.

Location of the Headley Heath course in 1918. Grid reference, SP06825,76650, co-ordinates, 406825,276650.

 

 

The Headley Heath golf course was appearing on O.S maps until WW2.