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Haydon Bridge Golf Club, Northumberland. (1905 - WW1)

The club was founded in 1905.

In 1906 the secretary was Nicholas Beattie, Post Office, Haydon Bridge, RSO, Northumberland. A 9-hole sporting course with plenty of natural hazards. Course records were, amateur J M Beattie with a score of 37 and professional J S Cavid 37. Visitors’ fees, ladies 1/- a day, 2/6 a week and 5/6 a month, gents 1/-, 3/6 and10/- respectively. The Station at Haydon Bridge was 1 mile away.

In 1914 the secretary was still Nicholas Beattie. There was no entry fee. Subs for gents were £1/1/0 and Ladies 10/6. There was no Sunday play.

A mixed foursome was played on Easter Monday in April 1914; J W Robinson & Miss Aikman, 85; F Thompson & Miss W Robinson, 89; H P Coning & Miss Spraggon, 91; Dr Routledge & Mrs Wardale, 91; F Scott & Miss J Carrick, 93; W Watson & Miss Watson, 98; W G Watson & Mrs Reid, 99.

Result of the Oubridge Cup played on Saturday 16th May 1914; W G Watson, 85-14-71; G A Anderson, 94-18-76; R W Thompson, 94-18-76; G A Coning, 90-12-78; H P Coning, 88-8-80. 

Result of a club match played at Bellingham in August 1914. Mr Ulric Charlton presented a silver challenge cup for annual competition between the two clubs.

Bellingham Golf Club   Haydon Bridge Golf Club  
E E Johnson 0 J O Morgan 1
T N Arkle (half) 0 D Hill (half) 0
H Johnson 0 E M Oubridge 1
J Turnbull 1 T Williamson 0
J S Allen 0 J Weatherstone 1
Dr Elliot 1 W Watson 0
Major Dixon 0 H P Coning 1
W Sparke 1 G A Coning 0
H Arthur 0 J W Robinson 1
G R Milburn 0 H G Hinde 1
B Pigg 1 T A Gibson 0
S Smith 1 G R Gibson 0
J Turnbull 0 E C Rees 1
  5   7

Haydon Bridge Golf Club disappeared after WW1.