from Liverpool Echo, 17 Aug 1962:
Anthony Meyer, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meyer, of Meols, Wirral, has been chosen to play for England in the boys' international golf matches of the Royal Mid-Surrey course at Richmond, Surrey, this week-end. Next week he will be competing in the Boys' Championship over the same links. He is still at Marlborough College and has represented his school at boxing.
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer's elder son, Robin, who is acting as caddie for his brother this week and next, is an undergraduate at Cambridge. He is expected to get his Blue for golf next year.
Both boys are members of the Royal Liverpool club. Robin is a member of the club's Colts team.
from Liverpool Echo, 8 Mar 1963:
In Team At Royal Birkdale
Robin Meyer, of Royal Liverpool golf club, has been awarded a Blue for golf and will play for Cambridge in the University match over the Royal Birkdale links on March 22 and 23 (writes Leslie Edwards).
He is the elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer of Bertram Drive, Meols. His brother Tony, also a member at Royal Liverpool, is expected to be in the Liverpool University golf team when he begins his law studies there in May.
The brothers were educated at Marlborough. Tony was in the school Boxing and Rugby teams. Their father, a keen golfer, is a master at The Leas School, Hoylake.
The Royal Liverpool links opened for play yesterday after being closed since Christmas. Temporary greens are in use.
Most links in the North West are now playable but temporary greens are in use nearly everywhere until the deep frost is completely out of the ground.
from Liverpool Echo, 25 Mar 1963:
Cambridge Univ. Captain
by Leslie Edwards
Robin Meyer, 20-years-old elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer of Bertram Drive, Meols, has been elected captain of Cambridge University golf club.
It is little more than a fortnight since he became a Blue for the first time. He was successful in both his matches against Oxford in the 74th University match completed over the Royal Birkdale links on Saturday.
Mrs. Meyer said to-day: "This is all a tremendous surprise to us. It never entered our heads that Robin would be made captain."
Robin, who is reading Classics at St. Catherine's, was educated at The Leas School, Hoylake, where his father is a master, and at Marlborough College. He is a member of Cheshire Colts' team.
With other members of the winning Cambridge team, he left yesterday for a tour of Scotland.
In The Family
Tony Meyer, the younger son, is an all-rounder. He represented Marlborough College at golf, rugby and boxing. He will be going to Liverpool University next term.
He is expected to develop into one of the finest golfers the Royal Liverpool club has had for many years.