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Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland
Clubmakers
Anderson and Blyth
St Andrews
Anderson and Blyth St Andrews firm noted for scared head putters. The James Anderson was the son of Jamie Anderson, triple Open Champion, but the 1909 advertisement rather suggests it is the champion golfer himself who is involved. That was not possible: he died in 1905. The young James had just returned from a stint as a professional in the States and David Blyth was another former Forgan clubmaker. The pair bought the premises at 8 Golf Place for £900.

Blyth died in 1913 and, by 1915, the business was bankrupt as a result, James Anderson told the hearing, of bad debts and the war. After the failure of the business James returned to work at Robert Forgan and Son.

See the extended article on the Anderson family in the History section.

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