James Robb

James Robb - 7Moving from St Andrews to Prestwick, the young James Robb very quickly established himself as an impressive golfer, cementing that fact with his first win of the Amateur Championship at Hoylake in 1906, having been runner-up in 1897 and 1900. He played for Scotland against England in 1902, 1905-7. He was a made a Life Member of the Club and in 1917 he became Secretary and Treasurer retiring in 1921. His medals can be seen in the British Golf Museum in St Andrews.