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Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland
Clubmakers
A G Tait
Ranfurly
Alexander G Tait, who served a clubmaking apprenticeship with William Gibson, was a fine amateur player in the Kinghorn Thistle club. He was called up by the Forth Royal Garrison Artillery at the start of the First World War during which he served in France. He was severely wounded and was awarded the Military Medal.

In April 1919, fully recovered, he accepted the post of professional at the Ranfurly Castle club in Renfrewshire. In 1921 he joined his brother, William as professional at the Automobile Club of Detroit (now the Pine Lake Country Club). In turn, he was replaced by his brother-in-law James Neilson at Ranfurly.

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