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Mauchline Golf Club, Ayrshire. (1909 – WW1)

 The club first appeared in 1909.

The first course was located at Bogwood. The club moved to a course at Templebogwood in June 1914.

 

Mauchline Golf Club, Ayrshire. Report on the proposed club in April 1909.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Friday 2 April 1909. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

 

Extract from a report from the Arbroath Herald Friday 30 July 1909 – “Approaching Mauchline we were fortunate in being in time to see the opening of  Mauchline golf course. This course is on ground belonging to Lieutenant-Colonel W K Hamilton-Campbell, and consists of nine-holes. It was opened by the worthy Lieut.-Col., while Miss Hamilton-Campbell drove the first ball”.

 

Mauchline Golf Club, Ayrshire. Exhibition match played on the course in May 1910.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald Friday 20 May 1910. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

 

 New clubhouse in June 1913.

 

Mauchline Golf Club, Ayrshire. Anew clubhouse is opened in June 1913.

The Scotsman Thursday 19 June 1913. Image © Johnston Press plc.

 

The O.S Map below shows Bogwood location of the first course.

 

Mauchline Golf Club, Ayrshire. Ordnance Survey Map showing Bogwood location of the first course.

© Crown Copyright {1911}.

 

New course in March 1914.

 

Mauchline Golf Club, Ayrshire. Report on the new course at Temple Bogwood in March 1914.AC

Kilmarnock Herald and North Ayrshire Gazette Friday 6 March 1914. Image © THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

 

The club disappeared at the time of WW1.