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Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland
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H C Jolly
Beckenham
Herbert Charles Jolly was born in Guernsey in 1895 and represented Great Britain as a late addition to the team in the first official Ryder Cup competition at Worcester Country Club in 1927. He was thumped in the singles by Johnny Golden and lost out in the foursomes, playing with Arthur Havers, to Gene Sarazen and Al Watrous.

He began his career as an assistant at Royal Guernsey and, after serving in the First World War, took up a post as professional at Foxgrove, Beckenham and later at Branshaw in West Yorkshire.

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