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A large headed Niblick in play condition ready for the bag. This club was supplied to T.R.Fernie, the son of Willie Fernie who won the Open Championship in 1883 at Musselburgh and ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A very fine Mashie from this notable club maker who was the youngest of the famous Simpson brothers. The worn original grip with thick underlisting has been left in place helping ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
Having a deep face and 40 degrees loft this club is more akin to a deep faced Mashie than a Niblick but the head is clearly stamped Niblick. This unusual club could be a very ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A nice putting cleek by this famous St. Andrew club maker with the head supplied by the renowned cleekmaker Robert Condie. The club is in good original condition barring new ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
An excellent bent neck straight blade putter by this renowned club maker in original play condition. This is an ideal club to help make up a play set for the budding hickory player...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
Tom Stewart supplied this goose neck putter to David Adams who was the professional at the Alexandra Golf Club, Glasgow from 1900 to 1909. His name is stamped within an oval circle ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
An excellent bent neck straight blade putter by this renowned club maker in original play condition. This is an ideal club to help make up a play set for the budding hickory player...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
Tom Stewart supplied this goose neck putter to David Adams who was the professional at the Alexandra Golf Club, Glasgow from 1900 to 1909. His name is stamped within an oval circle ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A Tom Stewart wry neck putter having a straight lined face in excellent condition supplied to A.Boardman who was the professional at Bramhall Golf Club in Cheshire from 1920-32. ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A large headed Niblick in play condition ready for the bag. This club was supplied to T.R.Fernie, the son of Willie Fernie who won the Open Championship in 1883 at Musselburgh and ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
Having a deep face and 40 degrees loft this club is more akin to a deep faced Mashie than a Niblick but the head is clearly stamped Niblick. This unusual club could be a very ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
The first Bell's Scottish Open took place in 1987 at Gleneagles Hotel on the famous King's Course and was won by Ian Woosnam carding a fantastic 264-20 score. This very clean copy ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
The Tour Book catologues each tournament during the 1971 season giving all the facts and figures for each tour player. A full record of how each player faired during the 1971 ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A copy of the Open Championship programme held at Turnberry in 2009, plus a copy of the Press & Photography Movement Card used by a Marshal to ensure that the players are not ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
For the serious hickory player who wishes to experience how golf was played in the 1890’s striking a gutta-percha (gutty) ball using a scare neck wood, smooth faced irons and a ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A small round antique glass paper weight in very nice condition advertising the North British golf ball, the 'Ball that wins!'. The North British Rubber Co Ltd were based in ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A very nice small glass antique paper weight in good condition advertising 'The Golfing Girl - Caledonian Railway'. The weight measures 2.75" in diameter x 0.75" deep. The cotton ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
A copy of the Open Championship programme held at Turnberry in 2009, plus a copy of the Press & Photography Movement Card used by a Marshal to ensure that the players are not ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
Number 117 from a limited edition of 450 signed by the artist. Nairn golf course is one of the most picturesque in the north east of Scotland situated besides the Moray Firth just ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
The picture shows Robert Maxwell about to drive at the 1st tee surrounded by a host of the other players. The original painting was one of 26 painted by Michael Brown for the ...
[Last Updated : 2012-06-15]
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