Peebles Golf Club, Borders.
On Saturday afternoon 8th April 1893, in the presence of a large gathering of ladies and gentlemen, the nine hole course and pavilion was formally opened by Mr Walter Thorburn M.P. The course was situated on Edderston Farm, Morning Hill, on land belonging to the Earl of Wemyss and March. Following the opening ceremony a match was played by teams selected by the captain and secretary, it resulted in a win for the secretary by 19 holes, the scores being captain’s team 13 and the secretary’s team 32.
Result of the July 1894 monthly medal; Rev J C Williamson, 80 scratch; Andrew Melrose, 98-18-80; T Plendrieth, 104-21-83; W Campbell, 107-24-83; A Yellowlees, 90-5-85; W Macqueen, 90-5-85; D Morrison, 99-12-87; T Cleghorn, 109-21-88; A Ruickbie, 112-24-88.
Results from the spring handicap competition for the Wyer Cup played on Saturday April 21st 1900; Class one (to 10 handicap) – J Keddie, 86-9-78; R Inglis, 83-4-79; J Lyon, 88-6-82; T A R Brydon, 89-7-82; W C Yellowlees, 85-2-83; W McQueen, 86-2-84; Second class (handicap 11 and over) – R M Thorburn, 84-14-70 (winner of the Wyer Cup); F Pearson, 91-12-79; Otto Inglis, 93-12-81; C Gibb, 106-20-86; R S Anderson, 100-12-88; W Johnstone, 101-13-88.
Below is the result of a match played at Torwoodlee in April 1900.
|W Addison||0||H Ballantyne||0|
|W Dodds||3||Tom Ballantyne||0|
|John Given||1||W Thorburn jnr||0|
|Colonel Graham||3||R Inglis||0|
|H H G Lees||1||W Yellowlees||0|
|Murray Brown||8||J Yellowlees||0|
|H Sanderson||0||A Yellowlees||1|
|A D Robson||2||J Lockhart||0|
|Jas Watson||0||T Brydon||0|
|Rae Brown||0||D Morrison||6|
|E A G Lees||7||F Pearson||0|
|D McLagan||0||Otto Inglis||1|
|Jas Brown jnr||0||Harrison Ballantyne||0|
The following is taken from the 1905 Nisbet's Golf Yearbook; Membership of 118; Nine-holes; Hon. Secretary - A R Douglas, Glenside, Edderton Road, Peebles; Captain - R J M Inglis; Professional, James Nelson; Entrance Fee, nil and Subs £1; Ladies, 7s/6d; Visitors' fees 1s a day, 3s/6d (ladies 2s/6d) a week, 10s (ladies 5s) a month. "The course is hilly and of a sporting character with good turf and greens. The hazards consist of whins, quarries and bunkers. The view from the course is very fine."