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Bude Cliff Golf Club, Cornwall.

First appeared in the early 1920s when the secretary was R M Moyle, Ocean View, Bude.

A 9 hole course it was hoped to extended eventually to 18, although  there is no evidence that this happened. The professional was Sid Morris, who joined the club in 1913 and remained until the closure. Course records were, amateur S Andrews with a score of 48 and professional Sid Morris 45. Visitors’ fees from July 24th to September 7th were 2/6 a day, 5/- for three consecutive days, 10/- a week, 15/- a fortnight and 20/- a month. Other times 1/- a day, 6/- a week, 10/- fortnight, 15/- a month. The station at Bude was 1 mile away. Local hotel was the Erdiston Boarding Establishment, facing south and adjoining the course.

Below advert from the Western Morning News April 1924.


Bude Cliff Golf Club, Cornwall. Advert from Western Morning News April 1924.

From the Western Morning News Saturday 19th April 1924. Image © Trinity Mirror. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.


From 1927 to 1947 the secretary (not confirmed but was probably the professional and green-keeper as well) was S Morris, 11 Victoria Road, Bude. 9 Holes. The professional and green-keeper was Sid Morris. The professional course record held by Sid Morris with a score of 72.

Bude Cliff Golf Club, Cornwall. Location of the former course.

Course location, Bude Cliff Golf Club had disappeared by 1951.

Grid reference SS20275,07505, co-ordinates 220275,107505.