WC174 Tom Morris early and very rare Play Club in Golden Beechwood’ Circa 1860. This club has been in my collection since 1991
WC312 ref:101875. Robert Forgan. c.1864 Play club with Prince of Wales Feathers. This very early long nosed Playclub overall is in excellent all original condition
WC319 Scarce Ludovic D Sandison Aberdeen. Long nosed, curved face, long Spoon. club circa 1880.
WC310 ref:101326 Long nosed long spoon c1870 by Jamie Anderson. (1842-1905) Open Champion three years running 1877-78-79.
WC304 A Scared head long nosed driver by McKewan. C1875 The head stamped McKewan, . Club making period 1770-1888 (using name stamp after 1800) 30 years.
WC309 This Mungo park, long nosed short spoon club c1870, ref:121105, is from: The Jaime Ortiz-Patino Collection Valderrama golf club, that was the venue for the Ryder cup in 1997.
WC027. ref:901105. Million A. Short spoon. c.1885. A really nice club truly representing the period it was made in.
WC168 REF:871299.Long Nosed, Scared Head PlayClub by Jamie Anderson.C1870. In my collection since 1991
WC46. McKewan. Very Early Brassie Spoon C1875.Fine nice original club ready for display in good collection.
WC321 ref:35013 A Tom Morris, Long nosed, Grassed Driver. with slight hooked face, Circa 1867-75. Club making period 1851-?years.
WC49 R. Forgan and Sons early Putter with Prince of Wales Feathers.
WC323 Andrew Forgan. Transitional Bulger Driver(slight bulge to face) c.1885 Stamped with a Tree mark
Andrew Forgan. WC311. REF:10485 Bulger.(Late transitional driver) with leather insert and Tree Mark, c.1885.
WC303 C1883 A Scared head long nosed putter by Robert Forgan.
WC320 ref:15013 Long Nosed, Middle Spoon, J.Beveridge. (1852-1899) Born in St Andrews and learned trade in Tom Morris’s shop.1881
WC185. Ref: 92640 C.HUNTER (1837-1921) Transitional Long Nosed Driver. C1870. My collection since 1992
WC91 Tom Morris C1890. A really nice solid putter with no visual faults. Typical of this period in golfing history.
WC308 ref:10350. Robert Forgan Prince of wales feathers. Long nosed putter SOS R Forgan and son St Andrews Sheepskin grip, Beech head
WC322 ref:10296. A Ramsbottom of Manchester. Driver circa 1900,s made in the earlier long-nosed style, Vulcanite “horn” insert,
WC78 T.Morris walking stick in shape of putter with silver band assay mark London 1933 Makers mark J.H. inscribed: E.Sinclair
IC505. ref:87233. Very rare Walking Stick. The Bronze Head in shape of Rut Iron, Ins R C G Rushmere Belfast.
WC84 REF: 86268. c.1915. A walking cane (Sunday Stick) with golf ball and plated band Knop, and Pernambuco shaft.
WC318. ref:10119. Sunday golf walking stick. fitted with light stained persimmon socket head handle with ivorine face insert.
WC317. ref: 10100. A Sunday golf walking stick Fitted with a socket head in the shape of a Driver. Walking stick overall is 37” long.
WC324 Sunday Club. C1900
WC85 Tom Morris
WC176 Jean.A.Gassiat. C1895
WC60 A.H.Scott. C1895
WC126 Jack White
WC301 W.Rea. C1890
WC62 Tom.Morris. C1895
WC302 Hutchinson. C1908
WC171 A.Forbes. C1895