Forget titanium and 460cc heads, there won’t be a metal wood in sight when you tee it up at Kingarrock… I’ve got a set of old hickories in one of my cupboards. They make me thrilled I’m living in the age of 460cc heads and cavity backs. They look rigid, small and impossible to hit.
Hickory Treasures introduces wonderful golf courses to play hickory golf Arbroath Golf Club Tom Morris designed the golf links at Elliot, Arbroath in 1877 and it opened on March 9th 1878 with a Challenge between Tom Morris and another professional of the day, Rob Dow. More land was purchased in 1907 and Willie Fernie of
Why golfers are turning their backs on titanium to take up the game from what they say is a purer era. Words by Jock Howard – Photography by Sandy Young What was it Sir Winston Churchill said about golf? “It is a game whose aim is to hit a very small ball into an even
Hickory Treasures introduces wonderful golf courses to play hickory golf Panmure Golf Course – Article by Gareth Scott Ambience It’s a word that Andrew Crerar singled out as being Panmure at the stroke of a pen. In its typically antiseptic fashion, the Oxford Dictionary defines it as “the character and atmosphere of a place.” But
By Tom Sweetman, for CNN (CNN) — While most professional golfers pride themselves on using the latest whiz-bang equipment, deep within the Scottish countryside a very different tournament is taking place — one where the players are happily swinging antiques. In fact, anyone watching the World Hickory Open Championship could be forgiven for thinking they’d