Clayton West Golf Club, Huddersfield.
The club was founded in 1902.
Below is the result of a match played at Penistone Golf Club (also now defunct) on Saturday 20th May 1911.
|Penistone Golf Club||Clayton West Golf Club|
|T E Denison||0||J F Beardall||1|
|J A Winterbottom||0||F Armitage||1|
|T G Martin||0||H Barnicott||1|
|J A Wainwright||1||J Hinchcliffe||0|
|E Winterbottom (half)||0||W Carnelly (half)||0|
|H Hoyland||0||T A Given||1|
|A Hoyland||1||D Bell||0|
|H Hinchcliffe||0||G Ingham||1|
|R A Goddard (half)||0||A Mitchell (half)||0|
|W G Smith||1||F Child||0|
|A Winterbottom||1||F Warren||0|
|T Smith||1||A Ashforth||0|
Below is the result of a match played in April 1912 on the Clayton West course against Conley Valley.
|Clayton West Golf Club||Conley Valley Golf Club|
|F J Beardsell||1||F Fitton||0|
|F Armitage||1||E Poppleton||0|
|H Barncott||1||S Shackleton||0|
|T Given||0||T Milner||1|
|W F Carnelly||1||C Bedford||0|
|A M Beardsell||0||H C Sykes||1|
|F Child||0||A Brook||1|
|C E Field||1||H Hey||0|
|G Ingham||0||C Battye||1|
|A Mitchell||1||R Earnshaw||0|
|S R Seviour||1||Mr Wilkinson||0|
|W A Warran||1||A Sharrock||0|
The winner of the October 1913 monthly competition was T G Given, 79-13-66.
In 1914 the secretary was William A Warren. The green-keeper was T Guest. A 9-hole course situated on pleasantly undulating ground. The longest hole was about 450 yards. It was stated that "The Grass was somewhat heavy in growing months". The entry fee was £1/1/0. Subs were also £1/1/0. Visitors’ fees were 1/- a day, 3/- a week. Sunday play was not allowed. The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Station was 1 mile away.
In April 1914 the Stringer Cup competition was won by T E Gofton with a score of 1down.
In 1922 the secretary was still William A Warren, Clayton West, Huddersfield, telephone number 54. The greenkeeper was F Guest. Accommodation could be arranged by the Club Secretary.
The club disappeared in the 1920s.