The Antique Golf Clubs from Scotland site has grown out of our past
experience operating the Web's most comprehensive collection of antique
Scottish golf clubs. We learned a lot from this and have now put that
experience to good use in this new site.
We are a Scottish company, so able to find what you need from the home
of golf, but using the latest technologies to reach a worldwide audience.
We are committed to continuous improvement of our service so, if you
think we should be offering something else, we are always happy to listen.
- You want to see what you are buying so every item here is amply
illustrated but, if you are not happy with your purchase, we offer a
prompt refund, minus shipping, if the club is returned to us in the
same condition it left us within 28 days.
- You just want something neat to hang on the wall. Of course we are
happy to cater for collectors looking for early 19th century clubs but
we are just as pleased to find something to adorn your office, den, bar
or, well, wherever, who are we to say how you should decorate? We offer
low-cost items in almost every category and, if you want a really
classic club: a Philp putter, a Forgan spoon or an early blacksmith
iron, consider our range of
exact replica clubs made in the
same way craftsmen produced them 150-200 years ago but a lot cheaper.
- You don't know how anyone could be interested in these things but
you need to buy a present. OK, until we get a chance to convert you,
try the buyer's guide.
- If you wanted to read a catalogue you wouldn't be on-line so unlike
the other antique golf sites, which don't, in any case, have the number
of items we have, we provide powerful internet database technology
allowing you to browse or search for the items which interest you. We
also go one step further in providing a profile for
you to complete. As soon as clubs or memorabilia come in matching your
search criteria we will automatically send you an email so you can look
at what we have.
- You don't come to the Internet to shop. Quite right - there are
more than enough times in life when you have to shop. We have
designed the catalogue as a useful reference work but we have gone
further: we are building the history section
into the Web's largest source of historical information on Scottish
golf and the clubmaker section provides data
on over 300 clubmakers from 1820 - 1930.
- You want to empty your house of golf clubs, not fill it. We have
introduced an on-line auction facility which
allows you to sell items of golf memorabilia at low cost to an
appreciative audience. This also has extensive security facilities
to protect you as a buyer (or prevent your wife selling "those old
sticks" when you are away from home).
Helensburgh, Scotland, June 2000