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Port Isaac Golf Club, Cornwall. (Pre-WW1)

Appeared in the early 1900s, exact dates were not found. The secretary was Dr Roy Jackson.

It was an interesting nine-hole course amid charming scenery on the Lobber Point cliff immediately to the west of Port Isaac. Fees for visitors were, 3/6 a week, 6/- a fortnight and 10/- a month.

The following is from the Cornish Guardian Friday 19 April 1912 - "The new golf course is rapidly nearing completion, and already several games have taken place. Great praise is due to Dr Roy Jackson for moving in the matter."

Did not appear after WW1.

The Google Map below pinpoints Lobber Point, location of the course.