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Chiswick Golf Club, Greater London.

Founded 1892 when the professional was J Weatherley.

Selection of club results from 1895. The medals are senior and junior divisions, this is not age related but more like a first and second division; February medal, senior, Captain R Cowper Coles 79scratch, junior, F Kynaston 111-25-86; October medal, senior, S C Bignold 91-13-78, junior, A F Vigers 91-16-75; The competition for the medal winners during the season also took place this month, Gold, Captain Cowper Coles, (scratch) and C H Byers (12) tied at 80net, Silver, F B Fuller 88-12-76.

Result of the February 1896 medal; senior, E C Rignold, 88-11-77; junior, H L Lawrie, 100-18-82.

The December 1898 medal was a tie between S G Bignold and C G Hallward with a score of 86net.

Result of the March 1899 medal; senior F Castle, 78 scratch; junior A G Capel, 93-13-80.

In 1906 the secretary was H Ellington, Chiswick and the professional G R Savage (1903 - 1906). A 9 hole course. Visitors’ fees were 2/6 a day, 7/6 a week and 20/- a month. The station at Chiswick adjoined the course. Underground station was 1 mile away.

Chiswick Ladies Golf Club was listed separately. Visitors’ fees were 1/6 a day, 5/- a week, 15/- a month.

Chiswick golf course was sold for redevelopment in 1907.

The Google Map below pinpoints Chiswick station, the course adjoined.