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ANSWERS To CORRESPONDENTS'.

ANSWERS To CORRESPONDENTS'.

M. HALL (Quebec) and Q. E. D. (Montreal).—Q.--(I) A and B are competitors in a medal competition. On one of the putting greens B finds a weed growing, about four or five inches high, just a little behind .his ball. B remarks, "That should not be on the putting green; I intend to
November 5, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
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November 5, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
HEREFORDSHIRE GOLF CLUB.

HEREFORDSHIRE GOLF CLUB.

The first annual colurpetition' took place on the links, Broomy Hil', Hereford, on ; Thursday, October 28th, when there was a good muster ot nutrnber. The programme consisted of an open County Cham,pionship fOr a' silver otp,yalue £s.i second, value ,f 1 ; third, value tos. Open
November 5, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
QUEBEC v. MONTREAL Played on October 15th. QUEBEC.

QUEBEC v. MONTREAL Played on October 15th. QUEBEC.

Mr. W. A. Griffith Major Sheppard Mr. J. S. Gillespie Mr. W. C. J. Hall Mr. G. B. S. Young Canon von lifiand Mr R. C. Patton Col White ... Mr. H. B. Bignell Mr. A. E. Swift Mr. A. Brodie ... Mr. C. S. Smith ▪ o • o o o o o •• • 4 • o 13
November 5, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
ROYAL WESTERN INDIA GOLF CLUB.

ROYAL WESTERN INDIA GOLF CLUB.

The Royal Western India Golf Club, Nasik, had its annual festival in September, this being the most convenient month for players. It was the ambition of the club, says the Times of India, September 28th, to have a Golf course worthy of so important a gathering. Accordingly an ei
November 5, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
Club 'notices.

Club 'notices.

November 5, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
PROFESSIONAL MATCHES. J. Bit Au) v. H. VARDON AT RONIFORD. [From our Special Corrtspondent.! James Braid, the popular professional in

PROFESSIONAL MATCHES. J. Bit Au) v. H. VARDON AT RONIFORD. [From our Special Corrtspondent.! James Braid, the popular professional in

charge of the Romford course, eagerly seized the opportunity of wiping out the severe defeat he sustained at Epsom last month at the hands of Harry Vardon, of Scarborough. On that occasion, it will be remembered, Braid was beaten by 8 up and 7 to play in a match of thirty-six ho
December 17, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
THE RISE AND GROWTH OF GOLF IN ENGLAND.

THE RISE AND GROWTH OF GOLF IN ENGLAND.

VI. AT that time it scarcely seemed conceivable to any of us that an Englishman born should ever hold his _ _ _ own against the'best Scottish professional talent; and the notion that our own links of Westward Ho! and village of Northam should ever furnish a Champion, seemed stil
December 17, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
ASHDOWN FOREST LADIES' GOLF CLUB.

ASHDOWN FOREST LADIES' GOLF CLUB.

Saturday, December I The last competition for the best last nine holes, the prize, a pair of silver candlesticks, given by Mrs. Wardroper. Sweepstake for eighteen holes, won by Miss E. Reade, 96. less 5=91 : Gross. Hcp. Net. Gross. Hcp. Net. Miss M. Parsons... 46 14 441 Miss Bir
December 17, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England
 
HEADINGLEY GOLF CLUB (LEEDS).

HEADINGLEY GOLF CLUB (LEEDS).

The monthly medal competition took place at Moor Grangiy. on Saturday, December 4th, under very unfavourable conditions, the links being enshrouded in a heavy mist all day, and the ground and greens very heavy. Scores :—Mr. J. M. Lister, 91, less 12=79; Mr. H. Snell, 104, less 1
December 17, 1897 - Golf - London, London, England