Denham Golf Club - Centenary
Denham Golf Club Centenary
Golf Club Centenary
Denham Golf Club
The formation of Denham Club Club was conceived at a meeting in August 1910, by seven local gentlemen and the archives record the issue of shares in December 1910. The course was opened for play in May 1911, although payment for the services of H.S.Colt as course architect is not recorded until September 1911, whilst he was still acting as the first secretary of Sunningdale.  The Clubhouse was created out of a 16th century tithe barn and farmhouse and the Dining Hall, with its exposed beams and brick walls adorned with the former land-owner's hunting trophies provides a unique atmosphere which is truly memorable.

Whilst many golf clubs grew up around railways there are few in England, if any, that still can boast a railway station named after the golf club. Denham Golf Club Station is on the Chiltern line from Marylebone and enables visitors from London to walk across the 11th fairway to the clubhouse in a matter of minutes.  

An Attendees list booklet was created and printed (a typographic nightmare!), 500 branded cotton carrier bags and six A1 table plans were produced for the evening dinner with over 500 guests.

From the client:
"Jomo responded extremely positively to the challenge of providing design and print work and examples for a series of events. All work was to a very high standard and was produced on time and to a very competitive budget. I would not hesitate to recommend their services".
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