Bobby Locke and Tommy Bolt In Rome During WWII In this photo, taken sometime after … Read more.
From Why Golf?, publsihed in 1920. By all accounts, the wooden golf tee did not … Read more.
Classic Advice On Designing A Golf Course An article in the April 7, 1898 Gaffney, … Read more.
Guy Fawkes Day and Night In the United Kingdom, Guy Fawkes day is a remembrance … Read more.
Golf Balls Once Came In Different Sizes Spalding’s Official Golf Guide for 1914 offers some … Read more.
Luck In Golf – The View From 1898 I have been on a bit of … Read more.
Golf In The Time Of The Romans Golf Cartoon From Punch This cartoon, Golf In … Read more.
The Golf Ball Industry In 1898 In light of the recent (and recurring) kerfuffle over … Read more.
A golf ball ad from 1889. I found a lot to reflect upon here. It … Read more.
Produced during the 1930s and 1940s, the Mills Golf Ball Slot Machine was one of … Read more.
The constant shuffling of PGA Tour sponsors leads to some amusing and disturbing mental gymnastics. … Read more.
An article from the October 20, 1899 Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat reported on the formation of … Read more.
The Washtenaw Country Golf Club’s grand opening was covered by the Ann Arbor Argus-Democrat on … Read more.
This picture postcard of the Palm Beach Golf Links dates to 1904.
This photo shows a 1938 Department of Agriculture experiment to determine if tear gas could … Read more.
Dating to 2934, this photo shows a group of golfers engaged in “Aerial Golf.” As … Read more.
This image from the British Museum’s public domain image collection. It shows a 14 hole … Read more.
Walter Hagen was the king of golf fashion in his day.
Dr. Charles L Sifford, who broke the PGA’s color barrier in 1961, will receive the … Read more.