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Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland is the leading online resource for antique golf clubs and memorabilia
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Many sympathetically restored antique golf clubs have been added to the site in recent weeks with more to come during September. A lot of new information in the makers' section too, often copied on sites run by members of Golf Collectors' Societies who should know better. Some take-down notices have already been issued. Be aware of the copyright and that ignorantia juris non excusat.
An antique golf club or antique golf set, or item of golfing history, is a memorable (and lasting) gift for a golfer. To help, we have grouped what we think make excellent presents for golfers in our Gift Ideas section. In addition to finding a perfect golfing gift, a purchase of one of our antique golf items may be the start of an interesting hobby or a collecting passion.
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C H Mayo
C H Mayo was a major figure in professional golf in the UK and the USA where he finally retired aged 73! As we mark the 100th anniversary of the brutal battle of Paschendaele in the First World War we note also Mayo’s role in raising the Niblick Brigade, unmarried golfers and assistants who went to fight together. Mayo’s own brother, Walter, was killed serving with them.
On a happier, golfing note, Mayo was the inventor of the Bap, featured in the picture link.
Charles Henry Mayo
Walter William Mayo
The Niblick Brigade
Those who did not return
J P Cochrane
A global business in golf ball making at the start of the 20th century, with all the surrounding patent litigation, which moved into golf club making turning out some of the most exotic golf clubs of the 1920s,
J P Cochrane
Other Edinburgh clubmakers
Cochrane clubs and balls for sale
Places: Early golf in Leipzig
Clubmakers: Read about other clubmakers
History: Warranted Hand Forged
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