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Buchlyvie Golf Club, Stirlingshire. (1922 - WW2)

First appeared in 1922.

The following is from the Sunday Post 6 August 1922 - "Colonel R Ewing Crawford, Auchentroig, opened a new golf course at Buchlyvie yesterday."

From 1924 the secretary was A Allan, Gateside, Buchlyvie. A 9-hole course with a membership of 60. Record amateur score was 34 (no name recorded). Sunday play was not allowed. The station at Buchlyvie was ½ mile away. Local hotel was the Red Lion.

The winner of the monthly competition in May 1924 was A Shearer; runner-up, J McKenzie.

The winner of the Auchentroig Cup in August 1927 was Edward Harrison.

In the final of the Auchentroig Cup in September 1929 Dr Roderick Macdonald defeated Edward Harrison by 6 and 4.

During the 1930s the secretary was Jas Macpherson, Bank of Scotland, Buchlyvie. Amateur course record now 32 (no name recorded). Visitors’ fees were 1/6d a day and 7/6d a month.

Buchlyvie Golf Club, Stirlingshire. View over the former course.

The area occupied by the former Buchlyvie golf course. Thanks to Bob Sparks for the photograph.


Buchlyvie Golf Club, Stirlingshire. Location of the former course.

Location of the course. Grid reference NS57085 93695, co-ordinates 257085 693695.



Buchlyvie Golf Club had disappeared by 1940.