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Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland
Site last updated 03 December 2020
Welcome to Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland
Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland is the leading online resource for antique golf clubs and memorabilia from Scotland, the birthplace of golf.


Antique golf catalogue
After many enforced months away from antique hickory golf clubs, I’m back in Scotland spending my quarantine with antique golf clubs. The result will be an even greater selection of hickory woods and irons on the site, a process which has already started. If lockdown regulations mean you are allowed out where you are make this the time you try hitting a few golf balls with an antique hickory golf club. In some localities, it may just be a putter on the carpet but it's a start.

It’s early December and we are finding shipping to some destinations taking twice as long as usual this year so please take that into account when ordering Christmas gifts.

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 an antique golf item may be the start of a hobby, a collecting passion or a chance to play golf with hickory clubs.

Click the title above for the whole catalogue or browse one of our most popular sections.

  Gift ideas
  Putters
  Approach irons
  Drivers
  Scareneck clubs


Simpson patent brassie
The last featured club here was made from celluloid. This one is another unusual material, “hornite”, made according to a patent filed by Robert Simpson of Carnoustie in 1894. The patent specified that the club was ‘strong and durable’ and, at least in the case of this brassie, the claim seems to be true.
  Robert Simpson
  Carnoustie
  Unusual woods
  Other Carnoustie clubmakers

Golf and the First World War
Five and a bit years of work continues with golf professionals and clubmakers killed in WWI. What happens next will have much to do with oral family history, at least as a starting point, Please take a look at the article and get in touch if you have information which could help.
  The Niblick Brigade
  Those interned
  How attitudes to Germany changed
  Charles Fraser driver (d. 1917)

Places: Early golf in Leipzig
Clubmakers: Read about other clubmakers
History: Warranted Hand Forged

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