Club founded at the instigation of John Bushby with subscriptions set at 1 Guinea (£1.05)
President Charles Weld Blundell planted the first pine trees.
The first clubhouse was built at a cost of £2000
A major fire destroys the clubhouse
Our current clubhouse was built at a cost of £7000
Our famous ‘Hippo’ was presented to the club by Mr E Storey’s widow after his death.
Our Tower clock is presented to the club by Mr Bruce Ismay, Chairman of White Star Line and Titanic fame.
Willie Park establishes our original links
Formby Golf Club is used as a convalescence home for WW1
Course alterations by James Braid.
Alterations by Harry Colt.
R Reid Jack wins the Amateur Championship.
Bob Dickson wins the Amateur Championship.
Donald Steel re-models the course following extensive coastal erosion
Jose Maria Olazabal beats Colin Montgomery to win the Amateur Championship in our Centenary year
The Clubhouse with the extension built in 1998
Formby holds the 33rd Curtis Cup won by the USA.
Matteo Manassero wins Amateur Championship.
Formby hosts the Arnold Palmer Cup.
Formby hosts the PGA Seniors Championship