History of Auchenblae Golf Club
club and creation of a golf course was first proposed on the 26th April
1894 at a meeting held in the Public Hall, Auchenblae.
The meeting was attended by Messers R I Crabb, A B Harris, Wm Henderson and A U Simpson. The first meeting of the golf club committee was held on the 1st May 1894 at which Mr Harris undertook to draw up rules for the club and a special bye law regarding playing over the Myreside Road. it was voted that the name of the club be The Auchenblae Golf Club and Mr Gainwell of Drumtochty be asked to be the President of the club for the year; Mr Harris to be Captain. It was also agreed that the subscription be as follows Ordinary Member Single 5 Shillings, Double 7 Shillings and sixpence, Family 10 Shillings.
In 1994 the club celebrated its Centenary with a number of special events being held; an Invitational Fourball, an Associates Day, the Auchenblae Masters, Pairs Shoot outs in various formats along with the normal club competitions but the highlights was the Pro Am held on Sunday 26th June, where 9 local professionals teamed up with members who had qualified. The nine teams were named after the original 8 committee members and the ninth after the club.
Above photograph taken to mark the day of the nine professionals and club members.
Centenary scorecard signed by the professionals.
The club is still going strong in its hundred and twenty-second year and meets on Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the season.