Old Photograph Golf Course New Galloway Scotland


Old photograph of golfers putting on the 3rd Green of the golf course in New Galloway, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. The first recorded steps to establish a golf club at New Galloway is the first entry in the minute book of 1902 of a public meeting held in the Town Hall on the evening of 31st January 1902 to consider the question of forming a local golf course. Mr. J C Maitland Gordon of Kenmure occupied the chair and intimated that he would be willing to give the use of the Town Park and the whinnie field adjoining which he thought would make a good nine hole course.



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