(From Our Own Correspondent.) THE Tantallon Club had beautiful weather for its Summer Meeting last Thursday and about sixty members competed, a number of whom had been playing in the Open Championship at Prestwick. Mr. Laidlay and Mr. R. Maxwell were drawn together and a good nu
There is perhaps no more enjoyable form of the game, when the weather is, if anything, a trifle too sultry for absolute comfort, than an inter-club match. The strain of a medal round is absent; and the honour of the club prevents a man from playing slack against a weak -opponent
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* $l l ÷ Quiie a feature of the Taylor-Vardon match at Haynes Park the photographic parson with the scarlet coat. Larks on tee are a time-honoured institution, but robins on the yreen lM something quite new.