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yal EastWurne : Muni Eqionburgh trizes

yal EastWurne : Muni Eqionburgh trizes

yal EastWurne : Eqionburgh trizes thly Medal. . University : Captain's, the Sen ti _ ...s (at North Berwick). West Lancashire; Monthly Medal. Felixstowe: Monthly Challenge Cup. Buxton and High l'eak : Monthly Medal. June Hatri4m, Edinburgh: Aggregate (entry 6d.). June 4 9 .-,id,u
May 22, 1891 - Golf - London, London, England
 
Eminent Golfers.

Eminent Golfers.

VII.-MR. F. G. TAIT. To frequenters of St. Andrews links the figure of Mr. Frederick Guthrie Tait is as familiar as the college steeple upon which they are so frequently instructed to play. It is possibly the case that the researches of golfing students, especially those south o
May 22, 1891 - Golf - London, London, England
 
........ . . _ Miss M. Lawrence... 102 11 91 Miss Ba.ddeley ... 118 24 94

........ . . _ Miss M. Lawrence... 102 11 91 Miss Ba.ddeley ... 118 24 94

_ Miss Harris 130 27 103 ......_. . Miss Cobham ... 136 27 109 ar,l .vtAva EPSOM GOLF CLUB. , Saturday, May I6th.—Medal competition :- Ist. 2nd. Round. Round. Gross. Hcp. Net. *Mr. A. C. Barton ... 54 50 104 12 92 Mr. W. E. Ilayman... 57 55 112 18 104 Mr. E. H. Sweet ... 57 59 1
May 22, 1891 - Golf - London, London, England
 
PRESTWICK ST. NICHOLAS CLUB.

PRESTWICK ST. NICHOLAS CLUB.

Prestwick St. Nicholas (;olf Club had an extra field-day on Saturday, the occasion being a handicap competition for prizes presented by two members—Mr. T. McLaren and Mr. T. R. Ilinnie. Fifteen couples started. The links were in excellent playing condition, and the putting-green
May 22, 1891 - Golf - London, London, England
 
44 44 *

44 44 *

It is even probable that for long approach putts there is some virtue in it; but for shorter putts, and especially for yard putts and under, it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that it tends to uncertainty. 44 44
May 5, 1899 - Golf - London, London, England
 
GOLF On the Ladles' Links.

GOLF On the Ladles' Links.

The Irish Ladies' Champiynship began on Wednesday, 3rd. Tuesday there was a stroke competition. On Saturday, the finals—thirty-six holes—will be played. The players most fancied are Miss Macgill (present Irish Champion), Miss N. Graham, Miss Maclaine, Miss Adair. 4 4 The Irish l
May 5, 1899 - Golf - London, London, England
 
44 44 44

44 44 44

The Glasgow Mail is publishing a series of articles on Scottish Golf Courses, the production of a writer who has evidently made himself familiar with his subject. _ _ _ 44 44 In addition to the train alterations already announced for May, and which affect golfers in the district
May 5, 1899 - Golf - London, London, England
 
BURNHAM AND BERROW G.C.

BURNHAM AND BERROW G.C.

1!,1 o MZDALB. April *C. F. Montgomery W. Wheeler E. H. Alington... G. Beilby J. G. Henniker... A. E. Greewell Greed. Hop. Net. 90 6 84 102 16 86 ... 111 24 87 96 8 115 24 91 111 18 93 * Gold Medal. t Silver Medal. BUXTON AND HIGH PEAK LG. MONTHLY MEDAL. April 29. Gross. Hop. Ne
May 5, 1899 - Golf - London, London, England
 
GOLF

GOLF

Grose. Hop. Net. Col. C. T. Lane... ... 94 10 84 J. E. Sinclair ... 100 16 84 B. E. Scott ... 94 9 85 H. G. S. Hughes ... 93 7 88 W. Stead ... 96 10.86 G. H. Peacock .. 87 +1 88 T. Latham 97 8 89 J. H. Lane ... 105 16 89 Rev. C. W. Horsburgh. 91 1 90 Capt. R. G. H. Hughes 100 10
May 5, 1899 - Golf - London, London, England
 
GOLF Final. Bryden beat Watson by 2.

GOLF Final. Bryden beat Watson by 2.

LYTHAM AND ST. ANNE'S G.C. SPRING MEETING. April 29. The day commenced badly with rain, but about noon it cleared up, and the afternoon was bright and warm, giving the players who took out cards then a decided advantage. One hundred and twelve players took out cards, and upwards
May 5, 1899 - Golf - London, London, England