It's unlikely to have been their own golf club.
A lot of golf clubs had/have an artisans section, which bascially meant the working class, who would get reduced rates to play at restricted times in return for tending the course.
I can remember playing at Hoylake municipal course 20 odd years back and on the same day it was Artisans day.
It being a council run course I can only think it was a golf society made up of ex artisans or something.
You'll generally find that one person will run the Artisans section and use their home address as a point of contact, so it may be this address that was where you're talking of.