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Pennance Golf Club, Falmouth. (1920 - WW2)

First appeared after WW1 and was associated with the Falmouth Golf Club.

In 1923 the secretary was J Rogers and the professional E V Pellow, who was also professional at Falmouth. Visitors’ fees  were 2/6 a day. The station at Falmouth was 2 miles away.

In the mid 1920s the secretary was Dr A A Bearne, telephone 28. Visitors’ fees were 2/6 a day, 10/- a week and 30/- a month. Sunday play allowed after 2pm.

The club disappeared in 1928/9 when the secretary was F H Cunnack and the professional E V Pellow. 9-Holes with a membership of 150. Local hotel the Bay.



Pennance Golf Club, Falmouth, Cornwall. Course on the 1935 Ordnance Survey Map.

Ordnance Survey Map © Crown Copyright {1935}


Restoration of the course following WW2.


Pennance Golf Club, Falmouth, Cornwall. Restoration of the course in 1946.

Western Morning News Thursday 14 November 1946. Image © Trinity Mirror. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.