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Beulah Hill Golf Club, Norbury, Greater London.

Founded in 1913 the secretary was T C Quiney, “Bickleigh” Gildersfield Road, Streatham, telephone Streatham 82. The professionals were F Cox 1913/4 and W Nickerson 1915 to 1917. An 18 hole course with a membership of 290. Entry fees were £2/2/0 and subs £5/5/0. Visitors’ fees, on introduction, were 1/- a day, weekends and Bank Holidays 2/6. Sunday play was allowed with caddies.  The railway stations were at Norbury ¾ mile and Norwood 1 mile.


Beulah Hill Golf Club, Norbury, London. Music Hall Artists at the club in 1915.


Image (above) and following text from the Sunday Pictorial July 25th 1915.  "Here are some music-hall artists who entertained a number of our wounded soldiers at the Beulah Hill Golf Club House. Our picture shows "Dusky Rhodes" Miss Ella Shields and Mrs Cook." 

In July 1915 Mr A C Rose holed in one at the eighth. 

Beulah Hill Golf Club disappeared after WW1.