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Lundy Island Golf Club. (1920/30s)

It was reported in May 1927 that Major L M P Sullivan, secretary of Southerndown Golf Club, had been praised for the laying out the course on Aclands Moor. It measured 2,630 yards, the longest hole was 410 yards, and the shortest 100 yards, bogey score was 36. Mr Llewellyn of Pontypridd, was appointed professional and "club man for the course."

The first general meeting September 1927.


Lundy Island Golf Club, Devon. The first general meeting in September 1927.

Western Times Friday 30th September 1927. Image © Trinity Mirror. Image created courtesy of THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD.


It was reported in January 1928 that the Lundy Golf Course would not be available for play this year. The owner of the Island, Mr M C Harman, intended to keep it for private use.

The Lundy Island Golf Club had a short life, it disappeared in the 1930s.

The Google Map below pinpoints on Aclands Moor.