Golfing Memorabilia

A selection of golf collectibles, golf memorabilia and items celebrating the history of golf.

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Antique Club Restoration

The careful restoration and timely preservation of vintage and antique golf clubs.

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Sporting Memorabilia

Exceptional authentic sporting memorabilia and collectibles in mounted display ready for framing

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Sculling/Gig Memorabilia

A gallery of sculling and gig racing memorabilia and collectibles in celebration of single and crew rowing

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Special CommissionsIndividuals, Clubs or Corporate Bodies

Picture Gallery

Articles and Laws Framed with Play CluboxArticles & Laws
Jubilee of the Open Championship 1860 - 1910Open Championship Jubilee
Ladies Championship, 1901 with Bulger DriverLadies Championship, 1901
'The Stymie' D.Sadler'The Stymie'
Golfing Legends - Jack NicklausJack Nicklaus
The Golfers and Long Nosed PutterThe Golfers
The Golf Girl & Bulger DriverThe Golf Girl
Golf's Grand Slam 1930, Robert Tyre Jones Jr.Grand Slam, 1930
Hugh Philip and Long Nosed WoodHugh Philip
Old Tom Morris'Old Tom Morris'
Golfing Legends - Nick FaldoNick Faldo
'The Triumvirate''The Triumvirate'

Sculling Memorabilia

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In addition to commemorative pieces relating to the 1744 Original Laws of Golf, Bobby Jones Grand Slam, Open Championships and the Ryder Cup, Nick has produced a number of works for clubs and individuals. His first major commission was for the retiring Managing Director of the Wrigleys Company who was returning to the USA, followed by a major creation of Open Champions from 1860 to 1910 for a Childrens Charity auction, which was featured on SW Television. Since then he has been actively designing and making to order, several of which have been for the Seniors Golfing Society, particularly for their overseas tours, when they are taken as gifts to the host nations; the most recent of which have been Australia and South Africa.

In 2000, the Duke of York was presented with one of his works; at the time the Royal North Devon Golf Club, where Nick is a member, was celebrating its 137th anniversary and Nick made exactly that number of pieces to commemorate the event.

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Picture GalleryExhibit of Previous Work