Tenby Golf Club’s 125th anniversary

Posted by Tenby Museum on Nov 9, 2013 News No Comments

The oldest independent museum in Wales has a new display  concerning the oldest affiliated golf course in Wales with a display celebrating the 125th anniversary of Tenby Golf Club, established in 1888, The display features items loaned by the club including the first Minute Book, photographs, ephemera and various trophies presented to the Club over the years.   The display also features the oldest prize, the Tenby vs Ashburnham Putter, the oldest competition in Wales and possibly the UK, and this competition is still being played.   The trophy is held by Tenby Golf Club for the season 2013-14.  The display was officially opened by Tony Keys OBE, Captain of Tenby Golf Club on 8 November 2013.

John Ross (museum Trustee and member of Tenby Golf Club), Michael Williams (Chairman of Trustees and member of Tenby Golf Club), Dr Kathy Talbot, Hon. Curator of Tenby Museum and Tony Keys OBE, Captain of Tenby Golf Club at the official opening of the new display celebrating 125 years of the Club.

John Ross (museum Trustee and member of Tenby Golf Club), Michael Williams (Chairman of Trustees and member of Tenby Golf Club), Dr Kathy Talbot, Hon. Curator of Tenby Museum and Tony Keys OBE, Captain of Tenby Golf Club at the official opening of the new display celebrating 125 years of the Club.