Bushey Hall Golf Club - Bushey Hall History

Bushey Hall History

The first captain of Bushey Hall Golf Club was A.J Balfour who accepted presidency at the first official meeting on 24 March 1890.

Throughout Bushey’s history the club was run by a series of different proprietors, who through various measures ensured the club thrived. The fairways received an enviable reputation and the clubhouse was extended to cover two storeys with an open veranda overlooking the 18th hole for £1,100.

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