OPENING OF NEw HoTEL—MATcit lISTWKEN TAYI.OR AND HERD.-11ERu 4 UP ANL) 3 TO PLAY. Mr. Henry Broadhurst, M. P., Mr. J. P. Croal, of The Scotsman, Mr. W. Williams, Mr. J. Verran, Dr. Fenner, and the Editor of GoLF, were members of a small band of golfers who first were the means m
WArsoNtAN CI.UB, EoiNsuRGIL —The summer meeting of this club was held at Gullane, on Saturday. The captain's (Mr. H. M. Knight) prize was played for, together with five club handicap and one scratch pr;ze. Mr. A. J. T. Allan, with the magnificent score of 70, plus 2=72, won the
The past week has been a bu:y and eventful one with the Bowdon Golf Club. On Monday, July Bth, the fifth Annual General Meeting was held, and during the remainder of the week the Summer Meeting, in the form of a match play tournament, was brought to a successful conclusion. At t
The final heat of the foursome competition was won by Mr. E. H. Kelly and Mr. W. C. Wigley. Scrimgeour challenge cup and monthly medal : Gross. Hcp. Net. Mr. S. Couper 107 22 85 Mr. Thus. Osborne 123 30 93 Mr. E. Couper 126 30 96 Mr. J: L. May .. 122 25 97 Mr. T. McKmlay 116 10
The monthly winners of the Thursday and Saturday competitions for the last six months have played off. The competitors were required to play two rounds of eighteen holes each. In the first division, Mr. A. N. Bromley, and in the second division, Mr. C. Barker, were the winners.
The monthly medal was played for on Tuesday, July 9th, with the following result : Grom Hcp. Net. Mrs. Jeffery 88 12 76 Mtts M. Smith ... 83 6 77 Miss 11. Lambert ... 90 9 81 Miss L. Hoare ... 99 t 8 8t Miss F. Ritson 84 2 82 No rcturns from the remainder. Gross. Hcp. Net. 94 ii
into a probable match between the two leading men, with Herd for choice. He began the final in the most brilliant manner—l 7 to the first four holes, adding two strokes to his lead. At this point the weather began to break up; a very strong head wind interfered with his progress