Merchandise

This merchandise is available for delivery to addresses in the United Kingdom by Royal Mail.

This merchandise is also available for direct purchase from the Club Bar during normal Bar Opening Times.

To order: –

Small Orders and UK customers:-
Please print the MERCHANDISE ORDER FORM. Enter your requirements and delivery address.

If only ordering Ball Markers, Hat Clips or Bag Tags, please send your cheque for the total goods price, together with a suitably stamped addressed envelope to: –

The Honorary Secretary
Royal Montrose Golf Club
Traill Drive
Montrose
Angus DD10 8SW

Large Orders and Non-UK Customers  :-

To request a quotation including shipping costs. Please email details of your order to: –

secretary@royalmontrosegolf.com


History Book (A Golden Tyme Indeid)

Copyright (c) 2010 Harry Faulkner and Richard Phinney

RMGC History Book

Hardback 222 page history of Royal Montrose Golf Club from 1810 to 2010.

£15.00 each

The title of this book comes from the diary of James Melville, describing his idyllic childhood on the links of Montrose in 1562, when he tells us that he learned to use ‘the glub for golf’.

For centuries, Montrose was at the very centre of the sport’s evolution, and this volume has been written to mark the Bicentennial of the town’s oldest golf club.  Royal Montrose is only the second club in the world, after St Andrews, to have played over the same golfing ground for two centuries.

In 1845, it became only the third club to receive Royal Patronage, thanks to future Prime Minister William Gladstone.

The newly christened Royal Albert Golf Club (as it would be known for the next 141 years) ran many of golf’s first important tournaments, including the famous 25 Hole Open of 1866.  At over 8,000 yards it remains the longest course ever used for an important professional competition.

The club’s fascinating and historically important story is enlivened by princes, prime ministers and poets, and by its legendary professional Bob Dow, who would help launch the careers of golfing pioneers that would profoundly affect the development of golf as far away as Australia and America.

Book Orders / UK Addresses

This hardback edition of 222 pages is available from Royal Montrose Golf Club at £15.00 plus £5 post and packing to UK addresses.

If you require multiple copies please contact the Honorary Secretary for a package price.

To purchase:
Print the BOOK ORDER FORM, complete and send it with your cheque to: –

The Honorary Secretary
Royal Montrose Golf Club
Traill Drive
Montrose
Angus DD10 8SW

You can also order the book through your local bookseller who can order it through the Nielson Book Index (available worldwide).