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Brides-les-Bains Golf Club, Savoie (73). (1923 - WW2)

In 1923 W S Fernie designed a small nine-hole course at Brides-les-Bains, Fernie also served as professional at the club. The total length was only 1.060 meters so it was more of a miniature course. However, week-end competitions were played in the season organised by Mr Guenning, the secretary.


Brides-les-Bains Golf Club, Savoie. Golf course layout.

Course layout.


Brides-les-Bains Golf Club, Savoie. Le Golf-Hotel.

Brides-les-Bains – Le Golf-Hotel. Postcard from the early 1930s. (John Llewellyn Collection).


The club was still appearing in the 1947 Golfer’s Handbook; the secretary was Captain Eaton, professional W S Fernie. Nine hole seasonal course from 1st June to 30th September. The railway station was at Moutiers. Visitors fees were; 50 francs per week, 120 francs for two months. 


Brides-lesBains Golf Club, Savoie. A view of the course.

The Brides Course. (John Llewellyn Collection).


Brides-les-Bains Golf Club, Savoie. The golf pavilion.

The Brides golf pavilion.


Brides-les-Bains Golf Club. Publicity.


Brides-les-Bains Golf Club. Publicity poster.

Above are publicity posters for Brides-les-Bains Golf.