William Tulloch

William Tulloch - 11Originally a member of Douglas Park GC in Glasgow, the family moved after the First World War to Prestwick where Willie continued his love of the game, his endeavors taking him to national and international achievements mainly in the 1920s and 1930s and his record of trophies won is highly impressive. He was the Arrol Cup winner in 1924, 1926 and 1934, represented Scotland between 1929-32, and was his country’s Captain in 1932. Willie also took part in exhibition matches in various parts of the country along with players such as Henry Cotton. His list of achievements in the Amateur Championships is equally impressive and is a player whom we should record as one of the most consistent Amateur golfers in major events in the years after the First World War.