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Rubber-Core Mesh and Gutta-Percha Golf Balls

3 Ball Sleeve @ £10.98
6 Loose @ £21.72
12 Loose @ £42.95

ANTIQUE HICKORY GOLF CLUBS - for the serious collector and hickory player.

Welcome to Antique Hickory Golf Clubs located near to the City of Perth, Scotland, where in 1502 King James 1V of Scotland was the first recorded named person to have played golf on or nearby the grounds of Scone Palace which was 50 years prior to people being given the right to play on the links at St. Andrews.

We specialize in the sale of vintage hickory golf clubs to include Woods, Irons and Putters produced during the period from 1860 to 1935 by the great club makers of that time such as Tom Morris, Robert Forgan, George Nicoll, Tom Stewart, William Gibson, Robert Simpson and Willie Park to name just a few. The site lists rare and unusual clubs for the discerning collector and for the enthusiastic hickory player there is an extensive collection of both individual Play Clubs & Play Sets restored ready for the bag. We also offer Canvas & Leather Golf Bags and Head Covers, plus New Mesh & Dimple Balls for Hickory Play similar to the rubber-core balls used in the 1920's. For the reader please go to the link Books About Hickory Golf where you will find an interesting selection with subjects ranging from the hickory era, the history and development of golf through the ages and humorous stories from the men who suffered most - the caddies.

Please scroll further down this page to view some of the clubs and other items that we currently have available for sale.

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Woods for play
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The popularity of playing hickory golf is steadily gaining momentum with the number of Hickory Societies growing and various tournaments now being played worldwide. With this in mind we are continually adding various Play Clubs and Play Sets to this site for the hickory player to consider.

All our vintage golf clubs, bags, books, golf balls and other items are listed showing full details and numerous images to help assure you of the authenticity and condition of each item. Please refer to the Shipping, Payments & Returns Policy page to view all our postal rates for UK and worldwide deliveries. All items are carefully packed and can be despatched to most parts of the world including UK, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and Asia. Please contact us for a shipment quotation should you wish to purchase more than one item at the same time before ordering the items. This will save you money.

 

A selection of items available from our current collection.

W. McEwan (Formby) 18 degree Spoon c.1920

A superb small headed spoon beautifully restored ready for play. The swing weight is D0.

William McEwan was a 5th generation member of the famous McEwan club making family.

For further details and images please refer to item W012N on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

Price  £128.00


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J. Douglas (Glasgow) 47 degree wide flange Mashie Niblick c.1910

A nice early patterned mashie niblick restored for play. Swing Weight C8. The loft is similar to a modern day pitching wedge.

For further details and images please refer to item I008K on the Vintage Irons for Play page.

Price  £55.00
 
St. Andrews Golf Co.  38 degree Maxwell Mashie c.1915

A very good Maxwell mashie having a particular wide flange measuring 3/4". The club has been fully restored and the swing weight is C6.

For further details and images please refer to item I005H on the Vintage Irons for Play page.

Price  £75.00
 
Unknown Maker 12 degree Driver c.1910

A beautifully restored lofted driver with the head being made from Golden Dogwood which helpd to make this a very attractive looking club. There is a stamp on the crown of the head but unfortunately the name is no longer legible.  The swing weight is D4.

For further details and images please refer to item W008G on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

Price  £112.00
 
Robert Forgan (St. Andrews) late scareneck longnose Putter c.1910

A very attractive longnose putter with great provence having been owned by the renowned golf historian and accomplished golfer David Stirk wo co-wrote the book 'Golf in the Making' with Ian T. Henderson.

A wonderful collectors item or could still be used for play.

For further details and images please refer to item P012D on the Vintage Putters page.

Price  £248.00
 

Cliff of England Canvas & Leather Bag c.1920

An excellent canvas & leather bag in very good condition made by Cliff of England who were a renowned bag manufacturer during the hickory golf era.

This bag will hold a full set of hickory clubs.

For further details and images please refer to item C092 on the Canvas & Leather Bags page.

Price  £85.00
 
John Rowe 15 degree Spoon c.1910

An exquisite 15 degree spoon with a compact head fitted with an attractive wrap around full brass sole plate. The club has been professionally restored to a high standard ready for play. Swing Weight D1.

John Arthur Rowe was the clubmaker-professional at the Royal Ashdown Golf Club from 1892 to 1932.

For further details and images please refer to item W004L on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

£132.00
 
A.H. Monk (Felixstowe) 15 degree large headed Spoon c.1925

A superb large headed spoon professionally restored to a high standard ready for play. The swing weight is D1.

For further details and images please refer to item W005M on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

Price  £135.
 
Spalding  11 deg small headed socket joint Brassie c.1915

An immaculate and rare brassie with a small compact head similar in shape to a modern day rescue wood. A superb driving or fairwood club with a swing weight of D1.

For further details and images please refer to item W003K on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

Price  £132.00
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Walter Davies 21 degree Baffy c.1930

An exceptionally nice baffy professionally restored to a high standard ready for play. The swing weight is D3.

For further details and images please refer to item W010F on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

Price  £128.00


Andrew Crosthwaite (St. Andrews) scare neck bulger Driver c.1899

A fine late scare neck bulger driver having been sympathetically restored to display condition. This respected maker only had a small production for 3 years so his clubs are quite scarce.

For further details and images please refer to item W292 on the Vintage Clubs Pre 1900 page.

Price  £135.00
 
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Robert Forgan & Son (St. Andrews) 38 deg Maxwell Mashie c.1905

A good Maxwell mashie fuly restored ready for the bag. Swing Weight D5.

For further details and images please refer to item I003N on the Vintage Irons for Play page.

Price  £85.00

Sans Doute patent alloy mallet head Putter c.1925

A rare Sans Doute putter in suberb condition would make an ideal present for a golf enthusiast upon retirement or to celebrate a special birthday. Sans Doute translated means 'Without Doubt'.

For further details and images please refer to item P001L on the Vintage Putters page.

Price  £158.00
 
Robert Forgan & Son late longnose scareneck Putter c.1900

A fine Robert Forgan scareneck putter with an elegant slim persimmon head clearly stamped with the makers name and the Prince of Wales Plumes. Totally original this club would make a beautiful display item or could still be used for play.

For further details and images please refer to item PW002J on the Vintage Putters page.

Price  £385.00
 
Gun Metal Wry Neck smooth faced Putter c.1900

An attractive gun metal putter made around 1900, could even be mid 1890's. These putters always make excellent prizes oe gifts for the golf enthusiast.

For further details and images please refer to item P007D on the Vintage Putters page.

Price  £62.00

J & W. Craigie (Montrose) 15 degree small headed Spoon c.1910

A very nice small headed spoon professionally restored to a high standard is now ready for play. The flexible shaft makes this wood ideal for either a gentleman player who has a slow rhythmic swing or a lady player who normally have a gentle swing.  Swing Weight C6.

For further details and images please refer to item W014J on the Vintage Woods for Play page.

Price  £118.00
 
The VICTOR rubber-core mesh pattern golf ball for hickory play.

Super Soft & Energetic. This is the finest mesh ball available, recommended by the world's top hickory players and elected the official ball at the US Pro Hickory Open 2012.

For further details please refer to item X001 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for hickory play page.

Price  £10.98 per 3 ball sleeve, £21.72 for 6 loose or £42.95 for 12 loose.
 
The RTJ rubber-core dimple pattern golf ball for hickory play.

The RTJ ball is a replica of the dimple ball patented by William Taylor in 1908. This pattern was used by Spalding for many of their lines from 1914 onwards.

For further details please refer to item X006 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for hickory play page.

Price  £13.95 per 3 ball sleeve, £26.70 for 6 loose or £51.00 for 12 loose.
 
The Penfold Man with pipe c.1935

A superb original point of sale Penfold figure in fantastic condition.  The plinth displays 'He played a Penfold'

For further details please see item M025 on the New Golf Balls page.

Price  £875.00
 
The 'PARK line-cut replica gutta-percha ball for playing pre 1900 hickory golf.

The ball is handmade using the same production methods as applied by the ball makers 150 years ago. These balls are made by pressing the 'synthetic' gutta-percha material into a mould which is then left to cure before appplying three coats of white enamel paint by hand. The pattern is similar to the Silvertown ball from the 1880's period.

Each ball is presented in a box with an information sheet.

For further details please refer to item X010 on the New Mesh & Dimple Balls for hickory play page.

Price  £14.00 per ball or £40.50p for 3 balls.

Golf, My Life's Work by J.H. Taylor 1st Edition 1943

A scarce book in very good condition written by one of the most famous golfers from the hickory era having won the Open Championship 5 times and was the third member of the 'Great Triumvirate' along with Harry Vardon and James Braid.

For further details and numerous images please refer to item B081 on the Hickory Books page.

Price  £295.00
 
Paolo Quirci from Switzerland, winner of the World Hickory Open 2013 with Frida Rydberg from Sweden who was the Ladies winner.

The Open was played on 6th October on Montrose Medal, a Carnoustie country golf course with a great golfing heritage.

Paolo was naturally very pleased with his achievement as we were and even more so when he informed us

"I did win the World Hickory Championship with your Driver!!! Thank you"
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