Montrose Ladies’ Golf Club, South Links, Montrose, Angus.
Montrose Ladies’ Golf Club is shown as having a course on the South Links in Montrose.
On Monday 13th January 1902 the upkeep of the ladies course was on the agenda at the Town Council meeting. Mr D C Wills, clerk, read a letter from Captain R Hoyer Millar who drew the attention of the Parks and Gardens Committee to the fact that during the past two years one greenkeeper had been ample for at least eight months in the year for the maintenance of the ladies course, the expense had been borne by the ladies club. In the past the cost had only been £21 a year. The links committee recommended that the council bear half of the cost of the upkeep with the ladies club contributing the other half, this was agreed to.
Result of the competitions for the Paton Medal and the Gold Bracelet played on Saturday 31st January 1903. In the first round Mrs Dickson beat Miss E Burness and Miss E Woodward beat Miss L Burness, Mrs Millar received a bye. The semi-final, Mrs Millar beat Mrs Dickson, Miss Woodward receiving a bye. In the final Miss Woodward, Paton Medal winner beat Mrs Millar who received the Gold Bracelet.
The annual meeting was held on Thursday 19th March 1903, Mrs A Rae Smith presiding. It was reported that the club’s finances were in a satisfactory condition. The Lady Florence Wolrige Gordon was unanimously elected president for the ensuing year and Mrs R H Millar, captain. The course was reported to be in capital order, Mr Mitchell was the greenkeeper.