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Port Isaac Golf Club, Cornwall. (Pre-WW1)

Appeared in the early 1900s, exact dates were not found. The secretary was Dr Roy Jackson.

It was an interesting nine-hole course amid charming scenery on the Lobber Point cliff immediately to the west of Port Isaac. Fees for visitors were, 3/6 a week, 6/- a fortnight and 10/- a month.

Did not appear after WW1.

The Google Map below pinpoints Lobber Point, location of the course.