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We were fortunate enough to get into the R&A clubhouse for a look inside and visited the British Golf Museum.
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The square toe iron from the late 17th or early 18th century is comparable to the two in the Royal Clubs of Troon, the oldest set of golf clubs in existence, currently on view at the British Golf Museum in St Andrews.
Byline: Steve Palmer TIGER WOODS, Jose Maria Olazabal, Retief Goosen, Colin Montgomerie, Vijay Singh, Sergio Garcia, Michael Campbell - there weren't many big names on the Open leaderboard heading into the final round yesterday so I headed down to the British Golf Museum.
Andrews, Scotland Barry Kerr - Consultant, British Golf Museum http://www.
But everything is now, on the face of it, in order (apart from the omission altogether of the Wrekin GC, who claim their foundation date as 1905 and plan to celebrate accordingly) following an exhaustive investigation carried out by a lady called Fiona MacDonald on behalf of the R&A and the British Golf Museum.
The clubs belong to the Royal Troon Golf Club but are currently on display at the British Golf Museum at St Andrews.
Cash4Gold, America's #1 buyer of precious metals direct from the general public, has determined a melt value for the trophy based on specifications from the British Golf Museum at St.