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Chiswick Golf Club, Greater London. (1892 - 1907)

Founded 1892 when the professional was J Weatherley.

In 1894 the professional was George Keddie.


Chiswick Golf Club, London. Newspaper report from November 1894.

From the West London Observer Saturday 17th November 1894. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


Thanks to Lee Patterson for supplying the images below of the Professional Match.


Chiswick Golf Club, London. The Professional match in 1894.

Douglas Rolland, George Keddie, James Keddie and James Braid.


Chiswick Golf Club, London. The Professional match in 1894.

James Braid, George Keddie, James Keddie and Douglas Rolland.


Selection of club results from 1895. The medals are senior and junior divisions, this is not age related but more like a first and second division; February medal, senior, Captain R Cowper Coles 79scratch, junior, F Kynaston 111-25-86; October medal, senior, S C Bignold 91-13-78, junior, A F Vigers 91-16-75; The competition for the medal winners during the season also took place this month, Gold, Captain Cowper Coles, (scratch) and C H Byers (12) tied at 80net, Silver, F B Fuller 88-12-76.

Result of the February 1896 medal; senior, E C Rignold, 88-11-77; junior, H L Lawrie, 100-18-82.

The December 1898 medal was a tie between S G Bignold and C G Hallward with a score of 86net.

Result of the March 1899 medal; senior F Castle, 78 scratch; junior A G Capel, 93-13-80.

Thanks to Dixon Pickup for the image below and  for the following information – Player's jacket button, cuff size sadly but at least we know what the button looked like. Pretty uninspired rendering, central shield with three balls piled with crossed clubs and interwoven title scrolls. The reverse of cheap manufacture stamped 'Warranted Fast'.


Chiswick Golf Club, London. Player's cuff button.

Chiswick Golf Club cuff button.


In 1906 the secretary was H Ellington, Chiswick and the professional G R Savage (1903 - 1906). A 9 hole course. Visitors’ fees were 2/6 a day, 7/6 a week and 20/- a month. The station at Chiswick adjoined the course. Underground station was 1 mile away.

Chiswick Ladies Golf Club was listed separately. Visitors’ fees were 1/6 a day, 5/- a week, 15/- a month.

Below, the Chiswick Golf Club last day.


Chiswick Golf Club, London. Newspaper report on the final day in 1907.

From The Sportsman Monday 4th February 1907. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.


Sadly Chiswick golf course was sold for housing development in 1907.

The Google Map below pinpoints Chiswick station, the course adjoined.