Crafthole Golf Club, Cornwall.
The new course at Crafthole was opened on Friday 19th July 1907 by Lady Beatrice Pole Carew, who drove the first ball. The course, laid out on the Antony Estate, was the property of General Sir Reginald Pole Carew, who had been responsible for the formation of the club. Willie Fernie of Troon took on the work of laying out the course which began in 1905. The undulating course measured about 5,000 yards. The difference in altitude between the first tee and the sixth green was nearly 300 feet. The 2nd,3rd, and 10th were all good two shot holes. There were several short holes and drive and pitching holes, the longest was the 17th which measured 450 yards.
The professional in 1911/12 was A W McDonald.
Eventually became Whitsand Bay GC.