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Bredisholm (Baillieston) Golf Club, Glasgow.

Founded 1908.

Result of the monthly medal for May 1910; first class – R K Munro, 78-6-72; F Pau, 79-7-72; second class – J Read, 82-11-71; J Cowan, 85-13-72.

Result of the Vice President’s Prize played in August 1910; J Thomson (15), 72; J Cowan (5), 73; R Cowan (21), 74; M Lightbody (18), 74; T S McKinnon (14), 75.

Result of a bogey competition played in August 1913; J B Woodburn (16), 3up; T G Brown (17), 2up; R (P) Dalrymple (11), 2up.

Monthly Medal Finals played in October 1913; first class winner, David Jenkins; second class, Jas McLellan; third class, Jas Paxton. Ladies’ Devlin Medal, winner Miss Jean T Clark.

 In 1914 the secretary was R D Rutherford, Helenslea, Baillieston, Glasgow. Club telephone number Baillieston 20. An 18 hole course with a membership of 280 gents and 140 ladies. The entry fee for gents was £1/1/0 and ladies 10/6d. Visitors’ fees were 1/- a day and 2/6d a week. Sunday play was not allowed. Ladies were only allowed to play on Tuesdays and Fridays, and after 4pm on Saturdays, unless accompanied by a gentleman. The station at Baillieston was 10 minutes away.

Bredisholm (Ballieston) Golf Club, Glasgow. The clubhouse.

Bredisholm House, Baillieston was the clubhouse until 1919; the building was demolished in the 1980s.

 

Bredisholm (Ballieston) Golf Club, Glasgow.Location of the former Bredisholm golf course.

Course location, Bredisholm Golf Club disappeared after WW1.

Grid reference NS69220,63580, co-ordinates 269220,663580.