Button # 27 Image submitted by John Sagi - 23mm Birmingham HM 1906 W. B & S
Button # 27a - 1906
Button # 27b - 1907
Button # 27c - 1910
Button # 27d - 1913
Bramhall Golf Club – Stockport, Cheshire was founded in 1905 and has a rich history. From humble beginnings with
members using a local farm as a club house and playing on a 9-hole course the club and the course developed so that
Bramhall Golf Club now has a reputation as one of the finest in the area. Alex Herd, the 1902 Open Champion, was
involved in the design of the original 18-hole course and said that he had never seen a better or more varied course
on the same amount of land. A few years later Dr Mackenzie, the well-known golf course architect, undertook to
supervise personally a whole range of improvements. Whilst there have been many modifications and improvements
since, the club remains indebted to these early contributions which provided the basis of the excellent golf course
that exists today. Currently the men's course measures 6347 years with a standard par 0f 70 whilst the ladies' course
measures 5689 yards with a par of 73. The high standard of the course is reflected in the fact that the club has
regularly hosted county and regional fixtures and has also had the honour of hosting the European Ladies Matchplay
Back Marks John Sagi - 27a - 23mm - Birmingham HM 1906 W.B & S
Graham Vanstone - 27c - 23mm - Birmingham HM 1907 W.B & S
Dixon Pickup - 27b - 23mm - Birmingham HM 1910 'W.B & S'
Graham Vanstone - 27d - 23mm - Birmingham HM 1913 W.B & S
Bramhall Golf Club
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