A London Scottish ladies section has been playing on Wimbledon Common more or less since the formation of the club itself.

Among the members was Isette Pearson, an accomplished amateur who lived in Putney and was a prime mover behind the formation of the Ladies Golf Union in 1893. She lent her name to the Pearson Trophy, which remains one of the major women’s amateur competitions in England.

We have recently completed the renovation of part of our Clubhouse and created a new, modern, Ladies Changing and Locker Room, and we are delighted to be able to provide these new facilities which are a great improvement on our existing Ladies Facilities.


The thriving Seniors section of the club is open to all London Scottish members, five or seven day, who have reached the age of 55 years.

There are plenty of midweek friendly matches and some great fixtures for the over 60s, including against the likes of Royal Mid Surrey and Roehampton.

Friendly fourballs are arranged every Tuesday and Thursday mornings and are drawn at 7.45 am. Just turn up and you will get a game.


Junior members, under the age of 18, can play seven days a week, with full access to most of the club's facilities.

Juniors can play in adult competitions for handicap purposes, but also have their own competitions, including the Peter Sharp Shield and the Wimbledon Junior Challenge, played over 54 holes across three local courses.

Special matches are arranged during school holidays whenever possible.