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Lizard Golf Club, Cornwall. (1901 - WW1)

Founded 1901.

In 1901 a concert was given by the Grade and Ruan-Minor band in an attempt to raise funds for the club. Thanks were passed on to the band by the secretary Reverend C S Vyvyan, this was seconded by Mr Claude Montague Hart.

The professional in 1903/4 was T Braund.

In 1906 the secretary was the Reverend C S Vyvyan, The Lizard, RSO, Cornwall and the professional J A Riddell (1904 to 1909). Visitors’ fees were 1/- a day, 5/- a week and 15/- a month. The nearest railway station was at Helston 10 ½ miles away. Local hotels were The Lizard and Hill’s.

In 1914 the secretary was still the Reverend C S Vyvyan. A 9-hole sporting short course with plenty of natural hazards and close to the sea. The first tee was a ¼ mile from the village. There were just 5 members. There was no entry fee and subs were £1/1/0.

Lizard Golf Club, Cornwall. Location of golf the former course.

Course location, The Lizard Golf Club disappeared after WW1.

Grid reference SW69660,12900, co-ordinates 169660,012900.