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Effingham Manor Golf Club, Leatherhead, Surrey.

First appeared in 1926.

In 1928 the secretary was Captain J A Ferguson,  telephone Bookham 200. The professional was W Mitchell. An 18-hole course. Visitors’ fees were 3/6 a day, 7/6 at the weekend. The station at Effingham Junction was 1 ½ miles away.

In 1930 the secretary was W Greenstock, Windyridge, Effingham the professional was W Mitchell and the green-keeper H Hatto. Professional course record by T H Cotton 68.

 

Effingham Manor Golf Club, Leatherhead, Surrey. Article from The Tatler October 1934.

From The Tatler October 17th 1934. Image © Illustrated London News Group. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.

 

In 1935 the secretary was Major H O Cundall the professional still W Mitchell the green-keeper was now J Williams. Amateur course record G Illingworth 73.

 

Effingham Manor Golf Club, Leatherhead, Surrey. Article from The Bystander March 1935.

Above from The Bystander March 13th 1935. Image © Illustrated London News Group. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.

 

Picture above shows from top left to right; (1) The Clubhouse; (2) Lord Ebbisham (president); (3) O C A Slocock (captain), Major H Oliver Cundell (secretary); (4) S A Williams (ex-captain and father of the club), Dr W Kissling and C H Edmunds (finance committeemen); (5) Captain W D Hooper O.B.E., M.C. (vice-chairman); Admiral B J D  Yelverton C.B (chairman of general committee); (6) Francis Donovan and O G Sunderland; (7) E J Jones and Captain G B Haywood; (8) J R Wilson and I D Lyle; (9) A S Wall, A T Groves, A C Finch and J A H Miller 9member of greens committee; (10) H A Cundell, Basil Moss, P B Mayor and R R Thomas.

 

Effingham Manor Golf Club, Leatherhead, Surrey. The Effingham Manor clubhouse.

Effingham Manor Golf Club on an undated postcard.

 

In 1940 the secretary was Q H L Saltmarsh. 18-holes with a SSS of 74 and membership of 450. Course records, amateur C D Gray 72, professional T H Cotton 68.

In 1947 the secretary was J R Wilson, “Shalford”, Longhurst Road, East Horsley, Surrey. A residential club for members and guests of members with accommodation available for 24 residents.

By 1951 Effingham Manor Golf Club had disappeared. Effingham is the current club.