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Coley Lane Golf Club, Wentworth, Rawmarsh, Rotherham. (1930s - 1950s)

The club first appeared in the mid 1930s.

In September 1934 J C Bullivant, the Wentworth professional, played in a professional versus amateur match at Sandygate. 

It was reported in the Sheffield Independent in October 1935 that "Coley Lane Golf Club were admitted to membership of the Sheffield Union of Golf Clubs."

In 1935 the secretary was W V Long, 1 Knapton Avenue, Rawmarsh. The professional and green-keeper was J C Bullivant. It was listed as a 9-hole course with a club membership of 120. Visitors’ fees were; 1/- a round and Sunday play was allowed. The station at Rotherham was 5 miles away. 

From 1940 to its closure in the mid 1950s the secretary was still W V Long, the professional and green-keeper was now J E Rhodes. Visitors’ fees were now 1/6 a day. There was now a station at Wath-on-Dearne 2 miles away.