George Nicoll is a famous club maker from Leven, near St Andrews. He was renowned the world over for his club making skills. His clubs were used by many top players, including Bobby Jones and Henry Cotton. This particular club is an early 20th century 'mallet style' putter, with a maple wood head and brass sole plate. It is handmade at the St Andrews Golf Co workshop, and it is packaged in a Scottish royal blue presentation box. A fashionable putter for your modern or hickory golf set, or the perfect golfing gift.
Pall Mall 3 Star 12 degree Hickory Driver. Patterned after the William Gibson clubs. Gibson was the largest maker of hickory clubs and produced the Jack White models. Standard length 43 inches. Hand wrapped leather grip.
A stylish tweed 'News Boy` cap suitable for any occasion. Made by Olney Headwear in the UK using the best of British materials. Olney Headwear has been making the finest English headwear since 1914. The company's dedicated team of artisans produce a range of quality headwear from traditional tweed caps to the latest in contemporary styles.
Troon Golf Club was formed in 1878. The current clubhouse was built in 1886. In 2006, the current clubhouse undertook a major refurbishment, making available the original locker doors from this world renowned golf club.
The St Andrews Golf Club teamed up with Royal Troon to offer these original locker doors as an antique golf cabinet. The golf cabinet is large enough to fit a full set of modern golf clubs. The Royal Troon locker door has the original nameplate and locker number, making each item unique. It is a perfect item for the golf collector - a beautiful and practical piece of art.
Official Ryder Cup 'rich azure blue hue' Harris Tweed Plus Fours. The Classic golfing attire - perfect for plain or colour socks. The material is Harris Tweed from the Hebrides, Scotland. Created by Walker Slater, Edinburgh.
A Raised belt is the epitome. It enhances the lustre of the Sedgwick leather from just about any angle, yet it can still be worn in that understated way that oozes quality and good judgement. The Raise consists of a Sedgwick top layer with a beautifully subtle, raised centre section and a Sedgwick lining. The making of one of these stunning pieces represents hours and hours of work by a National award-winning craftsman. Each Raised belt contains around 800 stitches: every one of them worked by hand.
The traditional Fairisle design knitwear was originally worn by Shetland fishermen. It was widely popularised in the 1920s when Edward VIII, the Prince of Wales, wore Fairisle when playing golf. This timeless vest is perfect for vintage golf when matched with a pair of plus fours. It is suitable for everyday wear as it is hard-wearing, wind and drizzle proof - making it perfect for most outdoor pursuits.
St Andrews Golf Co. Ltd is the only golf club manufacturer in the 'home of golf' and the last club maker in the world retaining the traditional skills to handcraft playable sets of hickory golf clubs – fully playable authentic period play clubs dating back as early as 1600's. All of the hickory golf clubs are handmade by passionate craftsmen with an eye for every detail.
This sweater is based on the traditional design used by Shetland fishermen to keep them warm and dry. The mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary wore a Shetland sweater when he climbed Mount Everest in 1953. This timeless pullover is perfect for everyday wear as it is warm whilst breathable and hard-wearing. Fully fashioned, with slouchy raglan sleeves and easy roll-top neck, it's suitable for both men and women. It is made from 100% natural undyed Shetland wool and it was made in the Shetland Islands, Scotland.
The House of Cheviot Scotland produces the world's finest range of country socks. They have the inimitable sense of style, blending centuries-old tradition with a flamboyant that could only come from a team born into and immersed in country life.