(article courtesy of Past Captain Harry MacAnespie)
British Amateur Championship
Scottish Amateur Championship
The Open Championship
The Post and Telegraph Cup
Glasgow and West of Scotland
Western Union Team Trophy
Member Scottish International Team
Scottish International Team
Willie also took part in exhibition matches in various parts of the country along with players such as Henry Cotton.
Douglas Park Club Championship
[* these were and are prestigious amateur events which attracted, and continue to attract, many of the top amateurs from all parts of Scotland and beyond.]
Thanks are due to the golf clubs of Cathkin Braes and Prestwick St. Nicholas for help in this research.
There may be other achievements of W. Tulloch which have not been elicited.
Douglas Park Golf Club is indebted to Mr. Nevin McGhee, member, historian, and archivist of Glasgow Golf Club for his generous gift of items of memorabilia relating to William Tulloch, prominent amateur golfer and member of Douglas Park Golf Club from 1914 until the 1930s.
The items consist of :-
Also, a collection of photographs and press cuttings featuring Willie Tulloch and some of his contemporaries. This gift has had the effect of stimulating research into the life and times of William Tulloch, prominent member and eminent golfer at Douglas Park and other golf clubs.
In addition to the Willie Tulloch items, Mr. McGhee has gifted a copy of a book, of which he is the author, entitled “The Home of the Glasgow Golf Club”, published in 2003 to celebrate the centenary of the Glasgow Club’s move to Killermont. This volume is No. 1,434 of a limited edition of 1,500.
Douglas Park Golf Club is extremely grateful to Mr. McGhee for these gifts, which are currently displayed in our hallway display cabinet.
12th July 2010