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Tenbury Golf Club, Worcestershire.

There is evidence of an earlier club called St Michael’s Golf Club, Tenbury.

The first record found for this club was from 1898, below.  


Tenbury Golf Club, Worcestershire. The first record for St Michael's Golf Club in 1898.

From the Tenbury Wells Advertiser Tuesday 15th February 1898. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


In March 1899 a monthly medal was played by the Tenbury (St Michael’s) Golf Club, result as follows; Gentlemen – Rev C E Carnegie, 94-10-84; Rev E Hinchcliff, 96-8-88; Ladies – Miss A Murray, 138-5-133; Miss M Aytoun, 143-5-138; Mrs Shaw, 156-10-146; Miss E Murray, 156-10-146; Miss Murray, 165-12-153; Miss Norris, 179-18-161; Mrs Godson, 167, scratch; Mrs Haines, 199-24-175.


Tenbury Golf Club, Worcestershire. Competition played at St Michael's in June 1901.

From the Tenbury Wells Advertiser Tuesday 11th June 1901. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


The St Michael’s club played on a course on Oldwood Common , Tenbury. See Google Map below.

The Tenbury Golf Club was founded in 1911.

In 1914 the secretary at Tenbury Golf Club was J J Dickinson and the professional P Williams. A 9 hole course situated on a public common with a membership of 60. Entry fee was£1/1/0. Subs for gents were £1/1/0 and ladies 15/-. Visitors’ fees were 1/6 a day. Sunday play was allowed without caddies. The station was 2 miles away.

The secretary throughout the 1920s and early 1930s was S H Mattock, Smithfield Offices, Tenbury Wells. The club had a membership of 82. Visitors’ fees for gents were 1/6 a day and ladies 1/- then 5/- a week and 15/- a month.



Tenbury golf course

Later course location, Tenbury Golf Club had disappeared by the mid 1930s.